nbynathanhall

n by nathan hall

Colorado, États-Unis · 74 ventes

nbynathanhall

n by nathan hall

Colorado, États-Unis 74 ventes Sur Etsy depuis 2012

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Nathan Hall

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Announcement   Contemporary jewelry designs for men and women featuring fish skin leather, lava, crocheted wire, and other natural elements, inspired by Iceland and my travels.

After living for a year in Iceland, I now travel often to visit friends, go swimming in hot pots, and soak up inspiration for each new piece I make.

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Last updated on 13 nov. 2017

Contemporary jewelry designs for men and women featuring fish skin leather, lava, crocheted wire, and other natural elements, inspired by Iceland and my travels.

After living for a year in Iceland, I now travel often to visit friends, go swimming in hot pots, and soak up inspiration for each new piece I make.

Nathan Hall

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bibilc

bibilc le 19 avril 2017

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***** einzigartig schönes außergewöhnliches fisch lederarmband ***** super qualität / design / farben& textur ***** schön verpackt & sehr schnell versendet ***** thank you so much - love it! *****

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cfjohanson

cfjohanson le 16 déc. 2016

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More beautiful in person!! The polish and finish of this piece is just gorgeous!

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Jewelry inspired by travels to Iceland

Musician, artist, and designer, I do a little of everything. Formally trained in music composition, I spent a year in Iceland on a Fulbright Fellowship, writing music and touring the country. I fell in love with the natural and traditional materials of Scandinavia such as fish skin leather, wool, and lava. I've always made jewelry for friends and family, mostly with sterling wire and beads. After a few people commissioned me for one-of-a-kind necklaces and bracelets using my crocheted wire technique, I starting thinking more broadly about sharing my works with the world, and showcasing the unique places I've traveled. Adding more intriguing materials to my existing small line of contemporary jewelry was just the spark I needed to complete the vision, and I started 'n by nathan hall', a unique way to accessorize the contemporary human.

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  • Nathan

    Propriétaire, Fabricant, Designer

    Raised in Western New York, educated in music by way of Pittsburgh and Denver, and throwing a year in Iceland in the mix, I'm an eclectic composer and artist who also loves making jewelry inspired by my travels.

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Dernière mise à jour : 30 avril 2016
Welcome to 'n by nathan hall'. After living in Iceland for a year as a Fulbright Fellow in music, I was inspired by the natural resources of the country. I use lava and fish skin leather, along with other jewelry materials to create this collection of natural and geometric forms. I only use sterling silver ear hooks and findings, and aim to create a new and unique work every time.

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  • Accepte les cartes cadeaux Etsy et les crédits Etsy
Retours et échanges
If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, please return within three days of receipt and I will refund you via Paypal. If the product arrives damaged, please email me to discuss and we will work out either a return or exchange. No refunds on custom orders.
Paiement
Payment is via paypal and must be received in full before your item can be shipped to you. Custom orders must be paid in full before your work can be shipped to you, but I will send you images of your work in progress, and discuss all details in advance.
Expédition
I ship via USPS within three business days of receiving payment for your purchase.
Autres conditions et FAQ
Fish leather? Really? Yes! Fish skins have been used by the Icelanders for footwear since their colonization in the 800's. Today fish skin leather is seen as a more renewable form of leather, leightweight, durable, dye-able, and fashionable, and an excellent use of the fishes that are a main resources of income (and sustenance) for Iceland.