Designed in collaboration with jewelry designer Jocelyn DeSisto, these necklaces are 3D printed with a tumbled piece of Larimar inside. These pieces represent the concept of caged but beautiful love and the color of love always shines through.
Jocelyn was a founding member of Batey Girls as a jewelry student at the Savannah College of Art and Design. In November 2018, Jocelyn founded her own jewelry company called Lot28. Lot28 is a fusion of innovative technology, 3D printing, and traditional jewelry fabrication that creates one-of-a-kind jewelry that embraces the joy of discovery for the conscious consumer.