In Spinal Tap, there’s a classic scene about the new album…. which is hmmm… black.
Nigel Tufnel says: “There’s something about this that’s so black, it’s like how much more black could this be? And the answer is none. None more black.”
When I set out to make silver jewelry, I set out with the intent of a purist.
What does that mean for you? It means I don’t use glues or epoxies or other weird chemicals.
I believe that when you wear a piece of silver treasure, not only does it have meaning but it also has a connection with your very being. And that connection is even stronger when the jewelry is as pure as it can be. That’s why:
- I listen to rock music that inspires me when I create your jewelry.
- I don’t use funky chemical glues in your jewelry.
- I’m proud to say that the recipients of Bamtastic Silver write to me to tell me how they never take off their treasure and how it ‘feels’ different to every other piece of jewelry they own.
There’s something about Bamtastic Silver that’s so pure. It’s like… how much more pure could this be?
And the answer is none.
None more pure.