1. Custom Chiapas amber with red skin in 26mm and 9mm.

    Custom Chiapas amber with red skin in 26mm and 9mm.

  2. A custom suite of jewelry carved from unique Guatemalan jade. The set includes square-front flower flares, a pair of single flared top-hat plugs with o-rings and a septum curve.We carve more jade than any other body jewelry company, and we’d love to make something just for you. To inquire about pricing for custom work, email support@onetribe.nu

    A custom suite of jewelry carved from unique Guatemalan jade. The set includes square-front flower flares, a pair of single flared top-hat plugs with o-rings and a septum curve.

    We carve more jade than any other body jewelry company, and we’d love to make something just for you. To inquire about pricing for custom work, email support@onetribe.nu

  3. A pair of 26mm “Daisy” hand-formed copper and fired glass enamel flowers looking lovely in the sunshine today. I really enjoy making these, and I’d love to make you a pair.Available on our website from 16mm to 38mm or by custom order for larger sizes. https://onetribe.nu/products/daisy-enamel-flowersEach set is created one at a time, from the cutting and forming of the copper flowers and turning the plugs to accommodate them, to the glass enamel firing process, and finishing off the setting for the amazonite cabochons which grace the centers.

    A pair of 26mm “Daisy” hand-formed copper and fired glass enamel flowers looking lovely in the sunshine today. I really enjoy making these, and I’d love to make you a pair.

    Available on our website from 16mm to 38mm or by custom order for larger sizes. https://onetribe.nu/products/daisy-enamel-flowers

    Each set is created one at a time, from the cutting and forming of the copper flowers and turning the plugs to accommodate them, to the glass enamel firing process, and finishing off the setting for the amazonite cabochons which grace the centers.

  4. In addition to the lovely lapis lazuli square trumpet flares that we’re now making, we’ve also created the style in our high grade green aventurine material. A gorgeous vibrant green and translucency in the thin edges make these a show stopper.https://onetribe.nu/square-trumpet-flare-tunnels-green-aventurineAvailable made-to-order and created to your specifications here in our Richmond, Virginia workshop. Sizes 8mm to 26mm.

    In addition to the lovely lapis lazuli square trumpet flares that we’re now making, we’ve also created the style in our high grade green aventurine material. A gorgeous vibrant green and translucency in the thin edges make these a show stopper.

    https://onetribe.nu/square-trumpet-flare-tunnels-green-aventurine

    Available made-to-order and created to your specifications here in our Richmond, Virginia workshop. Sizes 8mm to 26mm.

  5. We’ve been making square trumpet flares in wood for a couple of years and recently put out some pieces in stone that we really enjoyed, so we’ve made them a made-to-order option on our website. Each pair is hand carved to your specifications in our Richmond, Virginia workshop.https://onetribe.nu/square-trumpet-flare-tunnels-lapis-lazuliThese gorgeous lapis lazuli square front trumpet flares are inspired by the design of ancient Prehispanic ear flares. The incredible blue color and unusual shape make them a striking addition to any collection. Now available made-to-order from 8mm to 26mm, available exclusively from Onetribe.

    We’ve been making square trumpet flares in wood for a couple of years and recently put out some pieces in stone that we really enjoyed, so we’ve made them a made-to-order option on our website. Each pair is hand carved to your specifications in our Richmond, Virginia workshop.

    https://onetribe.nu/square-trumpet-flare-tunnels-lapis-lazuli

    These gorgeous lapis lazuli square front trumpet flares are inspired by the design of ancient Prehispanic ear flares. The incredible blue color and unusual shape make them a striking addition to any collection. Now available made-to-order from 8mm to 26mm, available exclusively from Onetribe.

  6. This is a project that I have been working on in my spare time for quite a while. During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, several famous jewelry houses including Faberge and Cartier created naturalistic floral arrangements from fine jewelry materials - silver, gold, faceted gemstones, jade, quartz, etc. Being an avid gardener and general lover of plants, I became enamored with these beautiful works of art and wanted to try my hand at creating flowers that were more naturalistic than the ones I generally carve from wood and stone. I’ve been working on a Phalaenopsis orchid and I’m happy to say that after many revisions, I’ve settled on a shape that I am satisfied with. Don’t mind the plugs, they were not made for these inlays and are only placeholders.I have more components of this in brass, and there are many options for center stones as well as the base plug material and shape. I would be particularly interested in doing a teardrop shape that mimics the shape of the flower, but that will only work in larger sizes.If you would like realistic Phalaenopsis orchids in sizes from 22mm and up, email us at support@onetribe.nu or visit the contact page on the Onetribe website and send us an inquiry.

    This is a project that I have been working on in my spare time for quite a while. During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, several famous jewelry houses including Faberge and Cartier created naturalistic floral arrangements from fine jewelry materials - silver, gold, faceted gemstones, jade, quartz, etc. Being an avid gardener and general lover of plants, I became enamored with these beautiful works of art and wanted to try my hand at creating flowers that were more naturalistic than the ones I generally carve from wood and stone. I’ve been working on a Phalaenopsis orchid and I’m happy to say that after many revisions, I’ve settled on a shape that I am satisfied with. Don’t mind the plugs, they were not made for these inlays and are only placeholders.

    I have more components of this in brass, and there are many options for center stones as well as the base plug material and shape. I would be particularly interested in doing a teardrop shape that mimics the shape of the flower, but that will only work in larger sizes.

    If you would like realistic Phalaenopsis orchids in sizes from 22mm and up, email us at support@onetribe.nu or visit the contact page on the Onetribe website and send us an inquiry.

  7. Progress shot. I’m working on carving a couple pairs of square-front trumpet flared tunnels in lapis lazuli and green aventurine. Both lovely materials that I enjoy spending time with. Still got a few hours to go on them, smoothing those faces into nice slopes, cleaning up edges and polishing.

    Progress shot. I’m working on carving a couple pairs of square-front trumpet flared tunnels in lapis lazuli and green aventurine. Both lovely materials that I enjoy spending time with. Still got a few hours to go on them, smoothing those faces into nice slopes, cleaning up edges and polishing.

  8. inappropriatewords said: Do you have any pictures of the Hive or Honey weights in ear? I'm super in love with both of them but really want to see how they sit before I buy them! Thanks (:

    Here’s a shot of Luis Garcia (great piercer) wearing his pair of HIVE:

    http://instagram.com/p/pcJYE5yEKy/?modal=true

    Another customer sent these photos of her HONEY weights:

  9. Finishing up a small army of inlays today. These are standard Basilica plugs with brass + pearl in Ebony, Basilica Shadow (black on black) and La Belle flowers.

    Finishing up a small army of inlays today. These are standard Basilica plugs with brass + pearl in Ebony, Basilica Shadow (black on black) and La Belle flowers.

  10. Charoite teardrops in 1”. This is a very difficult stone to carve due to unpredictable breakage, which is a big bummer considering how expensive the rough material is and how difficult it is to find high quality material. If I had a least favorite material to carve, it would be charoite, despite loving how it looks.This pair is available now on our website.

    Charoite teardrops in 1”. This is a very difficult stone to carve due to unpredictable breakage, which is a big bummer considering how expensive the rough material is and how difficult it is to find high quality material. If I had a least favorite material to carve, it would be charoite, despite loving how it looks.

    This pair is available now on our website.