Monday, 31 March 2014

3D Printed Jewellery with Zazzy


Personalised 3D Printed Bracelet* - Zazzy.me

A while ago I was introduced to a new kind of personalised jewellery - Zazzy. Zazzy make custom necklaces and bracelets using 3D printing and they kindly invited me to design my own. You can start from one of their ready made pieces such as a word bracelet or origami bird and then change the colour of the metal or nylon, the font style and even the colour of the cord. I inventively went for my own name, followed by a heart in gold plated metal and paired it with a Merlot red leather cord. Each piece comes with a tiny wooden Zazzy pendent (which is removable but I quite like mine!) 



You can choose up to 8 letters for the bracelets and 16 for the necklaces. I think they would make beautiful gifts and I'm always a sucker for anything personalised. If words and letters are not your thing they also have lots of symbols to choose from in their Pic'n'Mix collection but I've got my eye on the Origami Cat!

I was warned the delivery could take up to 4 weeks as each piece is obviously custom made to order and they ship out from Amsterdam. I'd say mine probably came within 3 weeks but I'm happy to wait for this type of order. The website is now saved in my bookmarks and I'll surely be popping back next time I have a friend to buy for or an occasion to treat myself!

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13 comments

  1. Oh wow! This is just so pretty! x

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  2. your bracelet looks like it's good quality too! Might have to take a look :)

    Ioanna | www.heartsstarsandprettylittlethings.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. This is so cute, and looks great with all your other bracelets! x

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD

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  4. This is so unique I love it x

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  5. Love this, love his unique you can make it
    Lauren
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  6. Love this! So unique would make such a great gift xx

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  7. Just found your blog and I love it! Your photos are amazing, I wish mine were that good! :) xx

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  8. Such a beautiful bracelet!

    xx
    Giana
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  10. Hi Gwen,
    I don't know if you normally answer the comment so I just normally only read the post, so I wanna ask you what you think about the quality of the bracalet.

    Best wishes! ♥

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  11. Have you ever 3D printed your own bracelet? It’s amazing; I tried it with my vintage and modern designs using CAD filing. I made some custom made bracelets, cufflinks, pendants and necklace. However, rather than using metallic materials, I used this one: http://www.3d2print.net/shop/product/taulman-tglase-clear/

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  12. Some strategies use melting or softening material to provide the layers. Selective optical device sintering (SLS) and fused deposition modeling (FDM) are the foremost common technologies exploitation this fashion of printing. Another technique of printing is to get liquid materials that are cured with totally different technologies. The foremost common technology exploitation this technique is named stereo-lithography (SLA). Thanks for sharing such kind of nice and wonderful collection

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