Cufflinks crafted from reclaimed Wigle Whiskey barrel wood and recycled sterling.
Hand printed eastern hemlock necklace made from the wood of a demolished row house. Featured in the April 2014 issue of Pittsburgh Magazine.
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ROAD TRIP: A VISUAL JOURNAL
Emily Walley is a Pittsburgh based artist and the founder of Minimel Design, an architecturally inspired accessory collection crafted from hand printed wood. Her jewelry is carried in several local retail locations and throughout the U.S. via the traveling retail and gallery space, Small Room Collective. Minimel was featured as an eco-friendly find in the April Issue of Pittsburgh Magazine.