IndustrialRemainsUS

Seattle, Washington

IndustrialRemainsUS

Repurposing old machine parts for one-of-a-kind jewelry

Seattle, Washington | On Etsy since 2017

Announcement    I'm taking a break from Etsy sales for the summer to display my work at Back Alley Bike Repair in Seattle, WA. Please head down there and check them out for all of your upcycled jewelry and bicycle repair needs. If that's not possible and you see something you'd like to purchase, please send me a message and I'll do what I can to make it happen. In the meantime, make sure to follow me on Instagram to see work in progress and to hear the latest news, and favorite the shop here to see items as soon as they're posted for sale.
Cheers!
-- Dan

Announcement

Last updated on Jul 18, 2018

I'm taking a break from Etsy sales for the summer to display my work at Back Alley Bike Repair in Seattle, WA. Please head down there and check them out for all of your upcycled jewelry and bicycle repair needs. If that's not possible and you see something you'd like to purchase, please send me a message and I'll do what I can to make it happen. In the meantime, make sure to follow me on Instagram to see work in progress and to hear the latest news, and favorite the shop here to see items as soon as they're posted for sale.
Cheers!
-- Dan

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Daniel Diiulio

About IndustrialRemainsUS

Sales 6
On Etsy since 2017

Humble Beginnings and a Desire to Make a Difference

One day while visiting my parents, my mom asked me to take the typebars* out of the typewriter she used in college for a to-be-determined craft project. As I was disassembling the machine, I found a lot of pieces that would make fun dangly earrings. So I started putting some together for my girlfriend and before I knew it I had made 30 pairs. Sensing an opportunity to do something creative and fun with a positive environmental impact, I decided to launch this business.

Every piece I sell is made with parts that were slated to be thrown out. By purchasing them, you're keeping those parts out of the landfill and enabling me to break down the machine and recycle the parts I can't use. My first trip to the scrap yard put 90 pounds (40 kilos) of steel and 8 pounds (3.6 kilos) of copper back into the resource stream; reducing the environmental and energy impacts of mining new raw materials.

As my business grows, I plan to expand my impact; eventually becoming a certified Benefit Corporation (B Corp) and donating a portion of profits to causes that improve the natural environment.

Thank you for taking the time to browse in my shop. Please contact me if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions. I look forward to doing business with you.

-- Dan

*Typebars are the parts that strike the paper to print a letter.

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  • Dan

    Owner

    Former Coast Guard Officer and construction manager with a passion for finding new uses for old materials.

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Last updated on Dec 23, 2017
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