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Michael Raymond High Five, Bombs Away Ring at 1298.30 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond High Five, Bombs Away Ring
RM 1298.30
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5 bomb ring that's part of the Michael Raymond x Diamond Dave collection. Diamond Dave and myself went to some crazy hobby shop uptown in which the real life comic book guy from the Simpsons works. We found some vintage type model bombs. I went to work on my first piece and this is what came out. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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5 bomb ring that's part of the Michael Raymond x Diamond Dave collection. Diamond Dave and myself went to some crazy hobby shop uptown in which the real life comic book guy from the Simpsons works. We found some vintage type model bombs. I went to work on my first piece and this is what came out. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Pearl Bomber Ring at 1515.40 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Pearl Bomber Ring
RM 1515.40
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Part of the Michael Raymond x diamond dave collection. Diamond dave and myself went to some crazy hobby shop uptown in which the real life comic book guy from the simpsons works. We found some vintage type model bombs. I knew the tails of this specific sized bomb shaped in the right way would hold something round like a pearl. Hence the name. Insead of a pearl I loved the way a jade stone set off the silver. Ring pictured is a size 9. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Part of the Michael Raymond x diamond dave collection. Diamond dave and myself went to some crazy hobby shop uptown in which the real life comic book guy from the simpsons works. We found some vintage type model bombs. I knew the tails of this specific sized bomb shaped in the right way would hold something round like a pearl. Hence the name. Insead of a pearl I loved the way a jade stone set off the silver. Ring pictured is a size 9. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Classic C3PO 2 Finger Ring at 1081.20 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Classic C3PO 2 Finger Ring
RM 1081.20
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This 2 finger ring was made from the c3po i had as a kid, I got in the 80's. a mold was made of the entire figure. the arms were cut off and drilled to move up and down. The body was then carved, bent and attached to a my 2 finger design and cast in solid brass. The arms move independently. See how I made this guy in the blog section of my site. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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This 2 finger ring was made from the c3po i had as a kid, I got in the 80's. a mold was made of the entire figure. the arms were cut off and drilled to move up and down. The body was then carved, bent and attached to a my 2 finger design and cast in solid brass. The arms move independently. See how I made this guy in the blog section of my site. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Tuts What I'm Talkin' Bout Rotating Ring at 1645.60 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Tuts What I'm Talkin' Bout Rotating Ring
RM 1645.60
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My fathers Jewelry partner worked at a museum in Key West where the king Tut exhibit came through in the 80's. Needless to say, the world was a different place back then. Apparently he had keys and made a night time visit to "Borrow" a few items to make molds. This ring was one of those molds. It consists of a rotating scarab with "Tuts" Family crest on the underside. The crest was said to be used by Tut to stamp the wax seals on the back of his letters. I may or may not reproduce these and the other molds I have from Tut depending on the jail time I may or may not be risking. Cast in solid Sterling Silver with Emerald eyes. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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My fathers Jewelry partner worked at a museum in Key West where the king Tut exhibit came through in the 80's. Needless to say, the world was a different place back then. Apparently he had keys and made a night time visit to "Borrow" a few items to make molds. This ring was one of those molds. It consists of a rotating scarab with "Tuts" Family crest on the underside. The crest was said to be used by Tut to stamp the wax seals on the back of his letters. I may or may not reproduce these and the other molds I have from Tut depending on the jail time I may or may not be risking. Cast in solid Sterling Silver with Emerald eyes. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Classic Darth Vader Two Finger Ring at 1732.50 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Classic Darth Vader Two Finger Ring
RM 1732.50
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This 2 finger ring was made from the darth vader I had as a kid i got in the 80's. A mold was made of his arms and head. The waxes of these were carved bent and attached to a my 2 finger design and cast in solid sterling silver. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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This 2 finger ring was made from the darth vader I had as a kid i got in the 80's. A mold was made of his arms and head. The waxes of these were carved bent and attached to a my 2 finger design and cast in solid sterling silver. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond 3 Finger Engagement Bottle Popper Ring at 1732.50 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond 3 Finger Engagement Bottle Popper Ring
RM 1732.50
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So you got yourself a case of bottled beer and the party's started… But wait, who's got an opener? You do!! You remember that ring that makes you feel like you could actually defend yourself against those gang members you walked passed on the way to the Liquor store? It's also a bottle opener! get after it, you just became the life of the party. Made from oxidized reclamed Brass. Sizing is from middle to pinky is 12, 10, 8.5 ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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So you got yourself a case of bottled beer and the party's started… But wait, who's got an opener? You do!! You remember that ring that makes you feel like you could actually defend yourself against those gang members you walked passed on the way to the Liquor store? It's also a bottle opener! get after it, you just became the life of the party. Made from oxidized reclamed Brass. Sizing is from middle to pinky is 12, 10, 8.5 ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond The Greg Porsche Ring at 1385.10 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond The Greg Porsche Ring
RM 1385.10
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This ring I made for my buddy Greg Duncan. He has been what some would call a "Mentor" for me for many years now. He has a 1982 Porsche 911 Carrera so when I saw this little plastic car, I immediately saw a ring for him. Inscribed in the band is "To Greg Thanks 4 The Talks, Mike" This is a one size ring due to the fact it was made for Greg and the scratched in dedication. It's a size 9ish. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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This ring I made for my buddy Greg Duncan. He has been what some would call a "Mentor" for me for many years now. He has a 1982 Porsche 911 Carrera so when I saw this little plastic car, I immediately saw a ring for him. Inscribed in the band is "To Greg Thanks 4 The Talks, Mike" This is a one size ring due to the fact it was made for Greg and the scratched in dedication. It's a size 9ish. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond 14K Rose Gold Plated Brass Stag Beetle Ring at 560.10 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond 14K Rose Gold Plated Brass Stag Beetle Ring
RM 560.10
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I had this beetle sitting on my bench for a while. it was just staring at me. I decided it would look good on my finger. I made a mold of it. I took the wax beetle and attached it to a wax ring. I then casted it it in brass and plated it in 14k rose gold. This ring is available in any size. Just specify in the notes when you check out. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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I had this beetle sitting on my bench for a while. it was just staring at me. I decided it would look good on my finger. I made a mold of it. I took the wax beetle and attached it to a wax ring. I then casted it it in brass and plated it in 14k rose gold. This ring is available in any size. Just specify in the notes when you check out. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Golden Quartz Crystal Ring at 1732.50 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Golden Quartz Crystal Ring
RM 1732.50
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I only made 4 of these rings. Each ring was carved out of wax specifically for the crystal that it sits in. Cast in Brass these rings were then plated in 24kt gold. I use the plating company that does all the crazy space equipment for NASA. Their plating is thick and kick ass and I stand by it 100 percent. There are 2 left. The size 9.5. All crystals have been cleansed and recharged and are ready for your programing. Click on my blog link to see how they were made. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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I only made 4 of these rings. Each ring was carved out of wax specifically for the crystal that it sits in. Cast in Brass these rings were then plated in 24kt gold. I use the plating company that does all the crazy space equipment for NASA. Their plating is thick and kick ass and I stand by it 100 percent. There are 2 left. The size 9.5. All crystals have been cleansed and recharged and are ready for your programing. Click on my blog link to see how they were made. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Sterling Silver Mr Chain Ring at 1298.30 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Sterling Silver Mr Chain Ring
RM 1298.30
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This Ring started from a mold of a Link I found amoungst the many many molds left to me by my father. I immidiately saw the Ring and the matching Cuff. The links were attached end to end and then cast in Solid Sterling Silver. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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This Ring started from a mold of a Link I found amoungst the many many molds left to me by my father. I immidiately saw the Ring and the matching Cuff. The links were attached end to end and then cast in Solid Sterling Silver. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Skate Or Die 2 Finger Ring at 1081.20 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Skate Or Die 2 Finger Ring
RM 1081.20
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The plastic Finger Board version of this skateboard was won at one of those game room ticket winning places adjacent to a bowling alley I was on a date at. Check out my blog to see the step by step of how it was made. Cast in Reclaimed oxidized Brass. Yes, you know the wheels spin. The smallest ring is a 6.5 and the larger ring is an 8.5 As seen in April 2013 Seventeen Magazine. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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The plastic Finger Board version of this skateboard was won at one of those game room ticket winning places adjacent to a bowling alley I was on a date at. Check out my blog to see the step by step of how it was made. Cast in Reclaimed oxidized Brass. Yes, you know the wheels spin. The smallest ring is a 6.5 and the larger ring is an 8.5 As seen in April 2013 Seventeen Magazine. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Classic Luke Skywalker Two Finger Ring at 1732.50 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Classic Luke Skywalker Two Finger Ring
RM 1732.50
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This 2 finger ring was made from the Luke Skywalker I had as a kid i got in the 80's. A mold was mde of his arms and head. The waxes of these were carved bent and attached to a my 2 finger design and cast in solid sterling silver. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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This 2 finger ring was made from the Luke Skywalker I had as a kid i got in the 80's. A mold was mde of his arms and head. The waxes of these were carved bent and attached to a my 2 finger design and cast in solid sterling silver. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond 5 long bomb ring at 1515.40 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond 5 long bomb ring
RM 1515.40
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5 bomb ring that's part of the Michael Raymond x Diamond Dave collection. Diamond Dave and myself went to some crazy hobby shop uptown in which the real life comic book guy from the Simpsons works. We found some vintage type model bombs. I went to work on my second piece and this is what came out. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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5 bomb ring that's part of the Michael Raymond x Diamond Dave collection. Diamond Dave and myself went to some crazy hobby shop uptown in which the real life comic book guy from the Simpsons works. We found some vintage type model bombs. I went to work on my second piece and this is what came out. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Black Rhodium Rollex Ring at 864.10 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Black Rhodium Rollex Ring
RM 864.10
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THIS IS MY HOMAGE AND F YOU TO ROLEX. I made this to match my onyx rolex. After all, what bracelet would be complete without the matching ring?At the moment, AVAILABLE IN BLACK RHODIUM PLATED White BRASS. AN ANTIQUED BRONZE, A STERLING SILVER and a 14K plated white Brass VERSION WILL BE ADDED SOON AS WELL. This is a one size of 9.5, as the pattern can't be altered for sizing. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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THIS IS MY HOMAGE AND F YOU TO ROLEX. I made this to match my onyx rolex. After all, what bracelet would be complete without the matching ring?At the moment, AVAILABLE IN BLACK RHODIUM PLATED White BRASS. AN ANTIQUED BRONZE, A STERLING SILVER and a 14K plated white Brass VERSION WILL BE ADDED SOON AS WELL. This is a one size of 9.5, as the pattern can't be altered for sizing. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond The Rotating Barber Pole 2 Finger Ring at 1949.60 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond The Rotating Barber Pole 2 Finger Ring
RM 1949.60
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I made this from an idea presented to me by a friend who wanted to give his Barber, a Barber Pole Ring. Here it is. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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I made this from an idea presented to me by a friend who wanted to give his Barber, a Barber Pole Ring. Here it is. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond 2 Finger Quartz Crystal Cluster Ring at 2948.20 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond 2 Finger Quartz Crystal Cluster Ring
RM 2948.20
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Ring started from a Quartz Crystal Cluster i aquired in China Town here in NYC. A two finger ring was then pain stakingly carved out of wax to mold perfectly to this specific crystal cluster. The wax ring was then cast in solid Sterling Silver. there is only one of these rings as no two crystals in the world are exacly the same. If you have a Crystal Cluster you'd like to make into a 2 or 3 finger ring, I'd be more than happy to help make that a reality. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Ring started from a Quartz Crystal Cluster i aquired in China Town here in NYC. A two finger ring was then pain stakingly carved out of wax to mold perfectly to this specific crystal cluster. The wax ring was then cast in solid Sterling Silver. there is only one of these rings as no two crystals in the world are exacly the same. If you have a Crystal Cluster you'd like to make into a 2 or 3 finger ring, I'd be more than happy to help make that a reality. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Sterling Silver Geode Ring at 1949.60 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Sterling Silver Geode Ring
RM 1949.60
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Geode I found amoungst my travels and seaches for various stones that strike a little something inside me. I carved a wax ring size 8.5 to fit this one of a kind mini geode crystal. The wax ring was then cast in soild Sterling Silver. This one went to my good buddy Jona Cerwinske. Google him, his art will floor you. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Geode I found amoungst my travels and seaches for various stones that strike a little something inside me. I carved a wax ring size 8.5 to fit this one of a kind mini geode crystal. The wax ring was then cast in soild Sterling Silver. This one went to my good buddy Jona Cerwinske. Google him, his art will floor you. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Hands Up Ring at 2079.80 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Hands Up Ring
RM 2079.80
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Two Alligator hands I acquired as stated in the Sea Horseplay Bangle description. The alligator hands were molded. Two wax hands were placed end to end and Cast in solid Sterling Silver. I then cast a wax of my fathers Naval pilot wings in Sterling, bent them into a ring and soldered the two wing tips together. Cutting the emblem off the top of the ring I soldered the filed round bottom of the Alligator hands to the wings to form the ring. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Two Alligator hands I acquired as stated in the Sea Horseplay Bangle description. The alligator hands were molded. Two wax hands were placed end to end and Cast in solid Sterling Silver. I then cast a wax of my fathers Naval pilot wings in Sterling, bent them into a ring and soldered the two wing tips together. Cutting the emblem off the top of the ring I soldered the filed round bottom of the Alligator hands to the wings to form the ring. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Make A Wish For A Ring, Ring at 1081.20 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Make A Wish For A Ring, Ring
RM 1081.20
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A mold was made of thanksgiving days turkey last year. I then made two wax wishbones. one I bent into the ring shank, the other I molded to sit so that your knuckle is positioned comfortably in between the two bones. Cast in solid sterling silver. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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A mold was made of thanksgiving days turkey last year. I then made two wax wishbones. one I bent into the ring shank, the other I molded to sit so that your knuckle is positioned comfortably in between the two bones. Cast in solid sterling silver. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond 2 FInger Snake Rattle Ring at 1515.40 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond 2 FInger Snake Rattle Ring
RM 1515.40
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Snake Rattle mold found amongst the many molds left by my father. Two wax rings were shaped into the wax rattle and cast in Sold Sterling Silver. The ring Pictured is one one size 8.5 1st and 7.5 second. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Snake Rattle mold found amongst the many molds left by my father. Two wax rings were shaped into the wax rattle and cast in Sold Sterling Silver. The ring Pictured is one one size 8.5 1st and 7.5 second. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Elegently Menacing Brass Pyramid Ring at 329.60 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Elegently Menacing Brass Pyramid Ring
RM 329.60
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I got a hand full of pyramid stones from a jewelry expo a few months back. I started carving a ring to fit those stones not realizing I'd never saved the info from which one of the gazillion stone companys based in the NYC Jewelry District that I had gotten them from. Having sold out of all but one, I got the idea to make a mold of of that last stone pyramid and make a few out of White Brass. Since I already made a mold of the ring to fit that particular stone, It worked out perfectly. The shank is Yellow brass and the pyramid is the aforementioned white brass. Available in both Size 6 and 7. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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I got a hand full of pyramid stones from a jewelry expo a few months back. I started carving a ring to fit those stones not realizing I'd never saved the info from which one of the gazillion stone companys based in the NYC Jewelry District that I had gotten them from. Having sold out of all but one, I got the idea to make a mold of of that last stone pyramid and make a few out of White Brass. Since I already made a mold of the ring to fit that particular stone, It worked out perfectly. The shank is Yellow brass and the pyramid is the aforementioned white brass. Available in both Size 6 and 7. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond 90's Arm Band Tattoo Ring at 1341.70 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond 90's Arm Band Tattoo Ring
RM 1341.70
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This was a Swizzle Stick I got in my drink at a bar here in NYC called "Cowgirl". Fantastic Ribs… I expect a check from them any day for the endorsement. The Swizzle Stick reminded me of that "Tribal" Arm Band Tattoo everyone was getting in the 90's. If you were real tough you got it all the way around not just where people can see it and it doesn't hurt as much. Please google Pamela Anderson Arm Tattoo. I cast the Swizzle Stick using the "Lost Wax" technique. Cast in solid Silver i bent the Stick into a ring and joined the two ends by soldering. Ring pictured is a size 8.5. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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This was a Swizzle Stick I got in my drink at a bar here in NYC called "Cowgirl". Fantastic Ribs… I expect a check from them any day for the endorsement. The Swizzle Stick reminded me of that "Tribal" Arm Band Tattoo everyone was getting in the 90's. If you were real tough you got it all the way around not just where people can see it and it doesn't hurt as much. Please google Pamela Anderson Arm Tattoo. I cast the Swizzle Stick using the "Lost Wax" technique. Cast in solid Silver i bent the Stick into a ring and joined the two ends by soldering. Ring pictured is a size 8.5. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Literally
Michael Raymond Literally "My handlebar Moustache" 2 Finger Ring
RM 647.00
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Here it is. For those of you who over my 10 year moustache period have said, I wish I could grow a moustche like that. It's no longer necessary. Just buy mine and wear it on your hand. I styled my moustache as I normally would before walking out the door. I reached into my pocket and pulled out a quarter. Heads the moustache stays, Tails the moustache goes. The moustache lost. I shaved behind it. I knew I was going to do with it. I cast the stache using the last wax casting technique and made molds of each side. I then fashioned a 2 finger ring out of the waxes. See my blog section for the step by step pictures of how it went down. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Here it is. For those of you who over my 10 year moustache period have said, I wish I could grow a moustche like that. It's no longer necessary. Just buy mine and wear it on your hand. I styled my moustache as I normally would before walking out the door. I reached into my pocket and pulled out a quarter. Heads the moustache stays, Tails the moustache goes. The moustache lost. I shaved behind it. I knew I was going to do with it. I cast the stache using the last wax casting technique and made molds of each side. I then fashioned a 2 finger ring out of the waxes. See my blog section for the step by step pictures of how it went down. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Sterling Silver Geometric Moonstone and Diamond Ring at 1949.60 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Sterling Silver Geometric Moonstone and Diamond Ring
RM 1949.60
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Hand carved geometric ring ring with a a moonstone setting and 4 diamonds set vertically. Can be made to what ever size you'd like ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Hand carved geometric ring ring with a a moonstone setting and 4 diamonds set vertically. Can be made to what ever size you'd like ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Emma's 1st Tooth Ring at 1732.50 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Emma's 1st Tooth Ring
RM 1732.50
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After making the Gee Gee puppy tooth ring for my buddy Justin Pearson, his friend Valery contacted me about making her little girl emma's 1st tooth into a ring. I carved the wax ring to fit her tooth stamped her nameand birth day and cast it in Sterling Silver. I love projects like this. Have a tooth that means something to you? Message me and lets make a ring happen for you. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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After making the Gee Gee puppy tooth ring for my buddy Justin Pearson, his friend Valery contacted me about making her little girl emma's 1st tooth into a ring. I carved the wax ring to fit her tooth stamped her nameand birth day and cast it in Sterling Silver. I love projects like this. Have a tooth that means something to you? Message me and lets make a ring happen for you. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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Michael Raymond Wisdom Ring at 1645.60 MYR from Popmap
Michael Raymond Wisdom Ring
RM 1645.60
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I'd like to think that these were the wisdom teeth pulled when I was 18. I asked the Dentist to save them for me and as drugged as I was I do remember bringing them home… Anyways, I found these carefully sealed in a box of hundreds of teeth left to me by my father. The teeth we molded. I connected 2 wax teeth end to end by their roots and cast the wax in solid Sterling Silver or Brass. The one pictured has Two Cubic Zirconiums. Ring pictured is a Size 7.5. It's design makes it adjustable. It can be adjusted from a size 5-8.5. Because it's extremely malleable, Adjustment will be left up to you. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.
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I'd like to think that these were the wisdom teeth pulled when I was 18. I asked the Dentist to save them for me and as drugged as I was I do remember bringing them home… Anyways, I found these carefully sealed in a box of hundreds of teeth left to me by my father. The teeth we molded. I connected 2 wax teeth end to end by their roots and cast the wax in solid Sterling Silver or Brass. The one pictured has Two Cubic Zirconiums. Ring pictured is a Size 7.5. It's design makes it adjustable. It can be adjusted from a size 5-8.5. Because it's extremely malleable, Adjustment will be left up to you. ----- About the designer: Born and raised to a family of jewelers in Miami, Michael Raymond Pereira, the designer of the Michael Raymond jewelry brand, was destined to become a jeweler. He grew up shadowing his father Raymond Pereira on the bench, learning the intricate art and craftsmanship of fine jewelry production. from the day he could grip a pair of pliers, michael was working alongside his father, casting links, carving molds and turning precious metals into wearable works of art. Eventually, the music scene in miami captured Michael’s artistic attentions, and he left the bench behind for the bandstand, studying music at berklee college of music in boston. he created a fulfilling career as a musician and sound engineer on the west coast, but he never stopped making things with his hands. he often made jewelry as gifts for friends in his spare time and would revisit the bench whenever life afforded him quality time with his father. In 2005, Raymond passed way, leaving his entire studio – bench, tools and molds – to Michael. reconnecting with his father’s tools brought Michael solace and wonderful memories of creative collaborations with his father. Michael shipped all of the equipment to New York City and set up his own studio to revive his father’s legacy and develop his own distinctive voice as a jeweler. In 2011, Michael Raymond was born, a unique, provocative and enchanting line of limited edition fine jewelry that challenges our perceptions of function, form, beauty and adornment. the collections pay tribute to Michael’s father raymond and his partner donald beeby, using many of their unique molds and reinventing them in contemporary designs. Each piece is playful, yet sleek and simple, combining disparate elements, exploring the nature of man vs animal, or repurposing unusual found objects. “I get a kick out of using and combining different elements which normally would not go together,” says pereira. “I love to re-invent interesting objects and give them new functions or a surprising new sense of style. It’s fun to let my imagination create clever new uses for intriguing and beautiful things.” Every piece is handmade in new york by Michael Raymond himself and available on a limited edition basis. Animal parts find new expressions in bangles and pendants; missiles and bullets become earrings and charms; lollipops, porsches and barbed wire become rings. Discover a world of enchantment and a refreshing sense of style.

Michael Raymond Rings Malaysia

Some of the best Michael Raymond Rings are High Five, Bombs Away Ring, Pearl Bomber Ring and Classic C3PO 2 Finger Ring. Looking for a Michael Raymond Rings? Find good ones not only from Michael Raymond Rings but also from Jade Angel, Anne Sisteron and Blue Tulip Boutique. Can you believe they are only RM 330.00 - RM 2948.00 for Michael Raymond Rings on iprice? Depending on your preferences and budget, you can choose between Rings, Bracelets and Necklaces. To suit your home, most Michael Raymond Rings are manufactured with either Silver and Black.

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