Earrings are made using brass sheet cut into drops and hammered by hand. Ear wires are base metal.
Measurements: Brass drop is roughly 1/2” wide at widest point and 1 7/8” long.
Cat Luck started Collarbone Jewelry in 2010 with $5, a bicycle, and a dream too big to keep in one place. She hasn’t stopped evolving since. A nomad at heart, Cat has travelled up and down the country establishing the Collarbone brand. She started her career in Utah, and has called Salt Lake City, Seattle, and a tiny one-stoplight town in Pennsylvania home before moving her workshop to Pittsburgh.
Cat is inspired by the raw aesthetic of the natural world. She thinks of herself as a visual storyteller, using the alchemy of pure and mixed metals, precious gems, and raw stone to create striking and eclectic pieces that speak for themselves. Cat has apprenticed in the traditional craft of lost-wax-casting and has studied with stone-setters and silversmiths. In the Collarbone Jewelry line, she uses ancient jewelry techniques to create malleable, gender-fluid pieces that express the wearer’s true spirit.
Collarbone Jewelry is featured in fashion, home décor, museum, and jewelry boutiques nationwide. Collarbone made its New York Fashion Week debut in 2014, and has been a presence at the Sundance Film Festival for six years running.