In Poland artisan jewelry is rapidly growing and due to this sudden boom designers have yet to find the perfect way to exhibit their goods.
A polish student, Pam Marcisz created a jewelry exhibitor composed by three large frames, sub-divided into smaller, movable units that take the dominant role in presenting products. All individual elements can be personalized by the seller, which come together in a cohesive whole. The “jewelry display” is made with regional ash, renowned for its durability and pleasant wood grain. Wheels and grips are integrated for convenient transportation, and dimensions are optimized for car transport. The project stresses the importance of quality presentation in terms of seller exposure and marketability. Production is technologically uncomplicated with easily found natural materials, making it a valuable proposition to small-time craftsmen and women.
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Jewelry by Polazag