Industrial Rings Inspired by Factory Aesthetic
Drilling Lab's bizarre jewelry is worth more than the sum of its parts
Traditional jewelry is often associated with delicate embellishments and other intricate details, but the Clamp Series from Taiwanese design studio Drilling Lab has no plans to be traditional. Completely free from unnecessary details, Lu-Wei has taken an industrial clamp, and transformed it into a no-frills ring. It might be the perfect piece of jewelry for those who don't want to come across too “feminine.”
Each of the rings is made in a Taiwanese factory, which comes in two different forms. Type A is constructed from two pieces embedded with a screw, and type B is an integral conformation with an exposed screw. Delivered in a box complete with different colored screws, and the all-important allen key, it's easy to assemble or disassemble your new piece of jewelry.