shopping 07.21.04

Key Rings

Most keys are unloved, utilitarian objects, but, once in a while, a key takes on layers of meaning, evocative of a time, perhaps, or a place, or a person.

Brooklyn-based Kiel Mead, currently studying at Pratt, creates rings using a part of a key (anything from common household keys to vintage car keys) where a jewel or stone might have been placed.

The rings are available at Amy Chan, 247 Mulberry [Prince/Spring] 212.966.3417, for $90, at Future Perfect, 115 N. 6th [Berry/Wythe] Bklyn 718.599.6278, for $80. For custom pieces, you can email the designer at kielmead@hotmail.com.
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