Have you ever worn jewelry that was made from fossilized materials dating back thousands of years? Bet you didn’t know something so old could look so pretty. Don’t worry, we have more pairs in similar designs… hurry in to get yourself a pair.
Here’s an another old photo we found. This one is an initial four gauge navel pierced by Brett Perkins here at ANOMALY about eight years ago. The jewelry is a glass curve made by Glasswear Studios.
Another fine creation from Inherent by Brett Perkins. These Black and White Ebony plugs were created in 8 gauge for a client of ANOMALY. We especially like the nice large front flare to help show off the grain and coloring in such a small gauge size.
Anomaly’s own Brett Perkins made these fancy 16 gauge titanium spirals with genuine Topaz crystals here on site. His jewelry company is called Inherent Body Jewelry and they make everything from stone and hard wood plugs, to gold septum rings… and so many things in between. Contact us directly through the studio for custom work. As for these spirals, they found a home At Strange City in Edmonton, AB… and if you’re lucky you might be able to find them available for sale.
Here are just a couple of ways you can fancy up that wonderful new industrial piercing you’ve been wanting. Faceted gem orbits add just the right amount of flash to the center of the bar, and here we see that Mint Green (Tiffany Blue anyone?) compliments blue opals quite nicely as well.
Check out the sweet plugs that Stephanie bought from us. ANOMALY has a large selection of plugs in a variety of sizes, all the way up to 2-1/2” in stock at all times. The best part is that we can also make custom jewelry in house in case you just aren’t finding what you’re looking for (or need something bigger than two and a half inches).
These fossilized sharks teeth were hand wrapped and set in this custom chainmail earring set by Brett Perkins. He makes a lot of unique custom pieces in a variety of materials. Contact him through our website www.anomaly2.com or by calling our studio. This pair was actually made for one of the great piercers at the illustrious Tranceformations studio in Nanaimo, BC (that’s Canada).