Digs Enamels grew out of a shared obsession with enamel—from vintage tableware to graphic, mid-century jewelry. In 2014, friends and business partners Kate Luchini and Tim Hansen, embarked on a journey to renew the craft. They wanted to put their own spin on this tradition. The result are sculptural pieces, forms inspired by nature, and finishes that evoke the patina of time.
In our show @visitwoodmanmuseum
: geometric necklaces, fringe necklaces, enamel bead necklaces (to layer or wear alone), as well as earrings. Many different colors and styles available.