Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May

Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May

In your casket with ornaments for certain there will be rings, earrings and bracelets from the most different materials: gold, silver, copper, plastic etc. But that precisely not to find at though what lover of costume jewellery so it is rings from … books! Who in general could think, what scenery can do of such material? But inventive designer Jeremiah Mae (Jeremy May) found special introductions to the small volumes which have become dusty on book shelves.

When developing own unique rings, necklaces, bracelets and Jeremiah’s earrings uses equipment of lamination. First it cuts out a certain piece from the book, paints it later, laminates and presses hundred parts of sheets of paper entering into it. On an ending step of work the found product is ground to shine and varnished. Unique and very beautiful scenery with more beautiful names coinciding with names of books of which they are made as a result turn out. So, you will find "Jane Eyre’s" ring, a pendent in a collection "Hamlet", earrings «Verses of the traveler», "Amedee’s" bracelet and many other bizhutero-literary masterpieces.

Did not forget Jeremiah Mae and about the newly-married couple which is fond of reading. For them in a collection there is pair of wedding rings under the title «Verses (Canterbury poets)». These verses, naturally, about love. It is interesting, whether can induce such scenery spouses to declare each other love poems in an extent of long years of joint life?

Special scenery from Jeremiah also are packed specially: the ready ring, a bracelet or a necklace is put to the place of the cut-out pages and is on sale together with that book of which it was made. To read such literary work "full of holes", naturally, it will be difficult, but you only present surprise of the person which will open the book presented to it and …

So at present if you wish to give a unique and unforgettable gift to the friends or relatives, it is necessary to learn only the name of their favourite book and the size of a finger! And the favourite literary masterpiece will be always together with them, let and in a little pressed look.

Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May
Widely-read scenery from Jeremy May