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Blue Gear Works Jewelry

by Bailee Wolfson
on 16 June 2009

While walking in Soho the other day, I came across a fabulous antique-chic jewelry stand helmed by New York based artist Blue Bayer. Blue uses found objects such as gears, clocks, lockets, spoons and evil eyes to create Victorian, steam punk-style jewelry in his Lower East Side studio/gallery/shop called Blue Gear Works. With each unique piece, he prides himself on exquisite craftsmanship using classic American vintage ornaments in a time when mass production is so undeniably uninspiring.


Some of his recent work features a single blue eye, a symbol of protection used to ward off evil in many cultures. Blue's take on the locket features a carved out key-hole creating an unusual frame for the beloved picture inside. Blue ships daily from his Etsy and Ebay stores if going to his store is not an option.

Blue Gear Works
225 East 2nd Street, 1W
New York, NY 10009 map
+1 615 496 6513
bluebayer [at] gmail [dot] com
Open by Appointment

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