tr.v. de·con·struct·ed, de·con·struct·ing, de·con·structs
1. To break down into components; dismantle.
deconstructed design is a line of unique, hand-crafted body jewelry. for the sake of pushing the limits of imagination, no two pieces will be identical & no piece will/can be exactly replicated. each deconstructed piece is truly one of a kind.
comprised of vintage gold, silver & brass chains (most of which are designer luxury pieces that have been out of production for 30+ years) as well as salvageable, hastily discarded material (broken clocks, door hinges, electrical gizmos & gadgets), the creative inspiration fueling each deconstructed piece is, "there's always something."