Piece of the Week: Uniform Object’s Pillow Earrings
The emerging brand immortalizes bedding in white gold.
Some look to man-made forms to develop ideas, with lots of jewelry designers citing architecture as a major influence.
Few have looked to influences as humble or as beloved as a pillow, however.
Emerging fine jewelry brand Uniform Object, maker of luxe utilitarian chains and hoops, does so in its “Pillow Earrings,” which immortalize a pillow’s soft form in hard metal.
It’s a tongue-in-cheek motif that is sure to delight those who champion self-care. One can imagine Drake, writer of viral refrain “I only love my bed and my mama I’m sorry,” sporting a pair.
Crafted in 18-karat white gold and set with a white diamond in each pillow, the sizable accessory sells for $5,000 on UniformObject.com.
Sponsored by AGTA
All proceeds up to $25,000 will benefit the It Gets Better Project, a nonprofit that supports LGBTQ+ youth.
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