Our TRI collection has quickly become a signature CMD style, and we’re often asked how we achieve the tri-toned effect within a single piece. We love taking you behind-the-scenes in the studio, so read on to learn about the process that brings TRI to life.
We begin with a piece of gold, either yellow or rose, and solder it to a piece of silver. Once the metals are fused, we oxidize the entire silver section (meaning that portion of the pendant will have a black finish). We then strip the oxidization off part of the silver, leaving the matte black finish on a small sliver of the piece for a unique juxtaposition.
What are your favorite TRI pieces? We’d love to hear how you wear the collection!
The Brangle Bar Happy Hour returns TONIGHT, Thursday, July 15th at 7pm EST on Instagram Stories. Just like last month, we'll be sprinkling in a few bracelets and there will be a sneak peek at a couple of new pieces from the first round of Design Lab! All of these discounted designs will be available online for a limited time [...]
Design Lab is an experiment, let me tell you more... I've prioritized focusing on my creativity and design in the studio more than ever this year. My team and I are working on all kinds of designs, methods and combinations. These new pieces are fresh off the bench and will be available for a limited time. Your feedback will play a role in my [...]
I’m thrilled to announce that the Asbury Park Design Studio and Shop is now open for in-person appointments. Book a time slot and I’ll help you choose something for your next special occasion or milestone. Grab a friend and let’s freshen up your jewelry boxes with some new pieces - it’ll be fun! [...]