Celebrate Green Blog, 9 Aug, 2011
It isn't often that you run into someone who has either invented or brought to light a very different process for making something. That's why we were excited when we first read about Sundrop Jewelry. This company offers gorgeous earrings, necklaces and ...
Natural Living for Women
... Also check out the Recycled Style Boutique for beautiful jewelry made from formed recycled glass. Jewelry here made by Sundrop Jewelry which heats recycled glass until glass liquifies and then droplets of glass are allowed to cool.
The Science Wondershop, 15 Dec, 2010
Today's gift idea is for the man who has everything BUT a gift for that special woman in his life. You know who you are. This year, let's avoid the last minute sprint to the mall to grab the $10 bottle of perfume...
The Wedding Ring Blog, Aug, 2010
Here's something that is not exactly related to wedding rings, but pretty interesting any way! Here are some Sundrop Jewelry designs. Sundrop Jewelry designs are colorful and fun, and I really like the blue earrings.
Glue and Glitter, 8 Mar, 2010
Shaun and Tawny Reynolds' company Sundrop Jewelry uses passive solar power to create gorgeous recycled glass jewelry! They're super-transparant about their materials and sourcing over on their blog, which makes me love them even more!
Green LA Girl, 4 Mar, 2010
Already a fan of recycled glass jewelry? How about sun-and-gravity designed glass jewelry? Harnessing those natural forces is what a cute Minneapolis company called Sundrop Jewelry is doing to delight science geeks and eco-fashionistas alike.
New York Times, 30 Dec, 2009
On a trip to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico during spring break, Bretwood Higman and Erin McKittrick found themselves on a beach, holding a battered tourist map. Sick of the collegiate shenanigans around them, Mr. Higman suggested they ditch the bars, take the map and walk the 30 miles of shoreline to the next town.
Treehugger.com, 17 Jun, 2009
Talk about soaking up some rays this summer. Sundrop Jewelry uses a giant 31-by-41-inch Fresnel lens - originally designed for lighthouses - to focus the the power of that bright orange orb in the sky to melt glass into delicate teardrops.
Star Tribune, 12 May, 2009
How did a paleontologist, a writer/environmental activist, a softwear designer and a geologist end up running a jewelry business? Well, it all started, as these things so often do, with fire.
Environmental News Network, 14 Dec, 2007
As a child, did you ever use a magnifying glass to barbeque ants? Sizzle flies? Burn leaves? Don't worry, we won't tell. Someone who may fall into this category has found an ingenious way to harness the sun's power to make jewelry.