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Jewelry designers Lada Tazetdinova and Ekaterina Kotova are the makers behind DriftLand, a jewelry brand that creates one-of-a-kind rings, necklace pendants, earrings, and bracelets inspired by ocean waves. Handmade with clear and blue glass, each free-form shape is made using a process called annealing, whereby the material is melted, formed, and cooled using a temperature-controlled kiln. The resulting sculptural pieces of glass jewelry are incredibly textural, immortalizing the movement of crashing waves.
From smooth, gentle surfaces to bubbling glass drips and swirling, foamy textures, Tazetdinova and Kotova aim to encapsulate the “song of the sea” in every unique piece. The duo believe, “Inside each of us lives the boundless sea with millions of miracles and mysteries of the depths.” Wearers of the DriftLand collection are able to connect with nature, as their ocean-inspired piece evokes “dreams, adventures […], and happy memories.”
You can purchase from the collection on Etsy, and if you can’t get enough of this incredible jewelry line, you can see more on Instagram.
St. Petersburg-based jewelry designers Lada Tazetdinova and Ekaterina Kotova create incredible, ocean wave-inspired glass jewelry.
Each piece in the DriftLand collection is handmade with clear and blue glass.
The material is melted, formed, and cooled using a temperature-controlled kiln, through a process called annealing.
The resulting sculptural pieces are incredibly textural, immortalizing the movement of crashing waves.