Mish Tworkowski, a jewelry designer and a gardener, demonstrated his passion to gardening in his latest collection.
Tworkowski’s work is never far from nature. He is an ardent gardener and supports the New York Botanical Garden. In his collections, he uses earthy materials such as fossilized jasper. His designs always resemble nature.
After receiving a pair of tulip poplars that are more than 200 years old, Mish created an amazing one-of-a-kind jewelry collection. The prices for the pieces start from $7,200. A cuff cut out of piece of wood is decorated with a fig leaf made of gold of 18 carats.
The drop earrings have tulip poplar wood hanging from brown blossoms dotted with diamonds.