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Blanca Monrós Gómez's Studio Is a Jewelry-Stacker's Dream

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The potted plants and fresh blooms that line the windowsills at Blanca Monrós Gómez's Gowanus studio aren't just decorations: they're reference points. "My most literal inspiration is taken from pieces of twigs, seeds and flowers," the Barcelona-born jeweler says. "But I'm also inspired by pieces of hardware, trinkets and even furniture at times."

That mix of the natural and the functional is probably what makes Gomez's designs so popular. Take a close look at any cool-girl ring stack and you'll most likely spot one of her hammered gold bands, while her delicate diamond bar pendants have become necklace-cluster staples.

"I love making pieces that have special meaning for our customers and to know that they will love wearing them for years to come," Gomez tells us. Check out some of her latest creations and get a glimpse into her workspace after the jump.

· Blanca Monrós Gómez [Official website]
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