This Jewelry is Made of Recycled Coffee Grounds

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Rosalie McMillan doesn’t have to look far for her coffee fix. The London designer creates jewelry from Çurface, an industrial composite derived from waste grounds and post-consumer recycled polystyrene. A finalist in the 2015 Observer Ethical Awards (along with Here Today Here Tomorrow and Nudie Jeans), McMillan offsets the unusual material with recycled or fair-trade-certified silver and gold vermeil. Talk about a sophisticated brew!

+ Rosalie McMillan

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One Response to “This Jewelry is Made of Recycled Coffee Grounds”

  1. dafnayarom says:

    Neat and beautiful

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