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Hawaii designer Emiko Miyazawa launches new edgy jewelry line, M33Ms


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Edgy jewelry doesn’t always have to mean spikes and leather. Local designer Emiko Miyazawa’s newly launched M33Ms line puts an elegant spin on the pretty-gritty concept with subtly rebellious pieces in sterling silver. Miyazawa, who lists architecture, nature, industrial objects and watch movements among her inspirations, holds a graduate gemology degree from the Gemological Institute of America but credits the Honolulu Museum of Arts’ metalworking classes and a mentorship with jeweler Jason Dow with giving her the skills to finally bring her sketches to life. Along with rivet and hex nut details, her styles each feature a dainty 1.5 point diamond, and include slim, angular bangles, stacked rings that swing apart into knuckledusters, and a pendant necklace that splits to reveal its hidden gem.

1. Triple Rivet ring, $200.
2. Double Rivet ring, $175.
3. Split Crystal pendant necklace, $500.
4. Tribangle bangle, $400.
5. Tubex bangle, $250.

View the full collection at m33ms.com. Select styles available at Fishcake, 307C Kamani St., 593-1231.

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