Bing Bang Jewelry

Bing Bang Jewelry

Women's Bing Bang Jewelry Bing and Bang is a unique label which was created by designer Anna Sheffield. With the founder’s blacksmith heritage, the brand produces truly beautiful jewelry. Beautifully crafted, Bing and Bang accessorizes the contemporary woman with a dynamic edge. Complete your outfit with Bing and Bang jewelry. Gorgeous studs feature quirky designs while stunning necklaces boast distinctive pendants. From punk rock inspired styles to Native American art influences, Bing and Bang jewelry makes an impact. subscribe to Bing Bang updates
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Bing Bang Jewelry

“I didn’t really think of it as something that was going to become my life’s work—I was just doing it for fun,” designer Anna Sheffield says on Bing Bang, her now-decade-old jewelry line. While studying fine-art sculpture at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Anna dabbled in small pieces as she focused on big ones. “I started to delve into every single process known to man—bronze-casting, plaster-mold-making, ceramics, and raku-firing,” she says. “I started working with pieces of steel and bronze that I would find in the studio—random chunks cut off from bigger pieces.” READ MORE “I didn’t really think of it as something that was going to become my life’s work—I was just doing it for fun,” designer Anna Sheffield says on Bing Bang, her now-decade-old jewelry line. While studying fine-art sculpture at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Anna dabbled in small pieces as she focused on big ones. “I started to delve into every single process known to man—bronze-casting, plaster-mold-making, ceramics, and raku-firing,” she says. “I started working with pieces of steel and bronze that I would find in the studio—random chunks cut off from bigger pieces.”Those little designs found buyers by word-of-mouth, and Anna decided to make the move to the Big Apple to see which took over—her fine art or Bing Bang, a collection of mixed-metal works that, as she puts it, “walk the line between sweet and edgy.” “It was really organic and amorphous—I didn’t have a business plan; I didn’t set out to start a jewelry company. But it has been a really fun ride,” she says. She did, however, put some thought into what to call this thing: “I wanted to have a company name around the concept of two hands, the sound of the hammer anvil, and the idea of the creator being involved,” Anna explains. “Bing and bang are the two concepts—it’s the hand that holds the hammer, and the hand that holds the material while you hammer it.” —alisha prakash bingbangnyc.com
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Bing Bang Jewelry

Bing and Bang is a unique label which was created by designer Anna Sheffield. With the founder’s blacksmith heritage, the brand produces truly beautiful jewelry. Beautifully crafted, Bing and Bang accessorizes the contemporary woman with a dynamic edge. Complete your outfit with Bing and Bang jewelry. Gorgeous studs feature quirky designs while stunning necklaces boast distinctive pendants. From punk rock inspired styles to Native American art influences, Bing and Bang jewelry makes an impact.
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Bing Bang Jewelry

“I didn’t really think of it as something that was going to become my life’s work—I was just doing it for fun,” designer Anna Sheffield says on Bing Bang, her now-decade-old jewelry line. While studying fine-art sculpture at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Anna dabbled in small pieces as she focused on big ones. “I started to delve into every single process known to man—bronze-casting, plaster-mold-making, ceramics, and raku-firing,” she says. “I started working with pieces of steel and bronze that I would find in the studio—random chunks cut off from bigger pieces.”Those little designs found buyers by word-of-mouth, and Anna decided to make the move to the Big Apple to see which took over—her fine art or Bing Bang, a collection of mixed-metal works that, as she puts it, “walk the line between sweet and edgy.” “It was really organic and amorphous—I didn’t have a business plan; I didn’t set out to start a jewelry company. But it has been a really fun ride,” she says. She did, however, put some thought into what to call this thing: “I wanted to have a company name around the concept of two hands, the sound of the hammer anvil, and the idea of the creator being involved,” Anna explains. “Bing and bang are the two concepts—it’s the hand that holds the hammer, and the hand that holds the material while you hammer it.” —alisha prakash
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Bing Bang Jewelry

“I didn’t really think of it as something that was going to become my life’s work—I was just doing it for fun,” designer Anna Sheffield says on Bing Bang, her now-decade-old jewelry line. While studying fine-art sculpture at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Anna dabbled in small pieces as she focused on big ones. “I started to delve into every single process known to man—bronze-casting, plaster-mold-making, ceramics, and raku-firing,” she says. “I started working with pieces of steel and bronze that I would find in the studio—random chunks cut off from bigger pieces.”Those little designs found buyers by word-of-mouth, and Anna decided to make the move to the Big Apple to see which took over—her fine art or Bing Bang, a collection of mixed-metal works that, as she puts it, “walk the line between sweet and edgy.” “It was really organic and amorphous—I didn’t have a business plan; I didn’t set out to start a jewelry company. But it has been a really fun ride,” she says. She did, however, put some thought into what to call this thing: “I wanted to have a company name around the concept of two hands, the sound of the hammer anvil, and the idea of the creator being involved,” Anna explains. “Bing and bang are the two concepts—it’s the hand that holds the hammer, and the hand that holds the material while you hammer it.” —alisha prakash bingbangnyc.com
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Bing Bang Jewelry

If you've been feeling a bit more stressed since, well, November 9, 2016, Ban.do and Bing Bang's jewelry collaboration is here to help—at least as much as jewelry possibly can. Ban.do, the adorable Los Angeles-based gifts and accessories brand, has teamed up with Bing Bang Jewelry, New York City designer Anna Sheffield's cool-girl company, on a collection that screams good vibes only. Yup, it's exactly what we need right now.
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“I didn’t really think of it as something that was going to become my life’s work—I was just doing it for fun,” designer Anna Sheffield says on Bing Bang, her now-decade-old jewelry line. While studying fine-art sculpture at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Anna dabbled in small pieces as she focused on big ones. “I started to delve into every single process known to man—bronze-casting, plaster-mold-making, ceramics, and raku-firing,” she says. “I started working with pieces of steel and bronze that I would find in the studio—random chunks cut off from bigger pieces.” READ MORE
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If it sounds nauseatingly sweet, these brand-new jewels really aren't. The five-piece, 14-karat-gold vermeil line is pretty, but with a slight wild side. It's the perfect marriage of Ban.do's sweet demeanor and Bing Bang's edge. Both companies are female-run, providing a bit of girl-power to the collection. Plus, each item features encouraging phrases, including Your Future Looks Bright, Good Vibes, and Good Luck. There's something for everyone, whether you're an ear-jacket fan, a bangle lover, or more of a ring woman.

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