The Brooklyn-based designer works primarily with Bakelite (the first-ever synthetic plastic), repurposing the vintage material into his modern cuffs, earrings, and rings. Davis sources Bakelite, which is no longer in production, from unusual antiques such as jukeboxes, lampshades, and kitchen utensils. Which are then melted down and sculpted—using both ancient jewelers’ techniques and modern manufacturing methods—into stunning pieces that are then inlaid with colorful mosaics, studded with precious stones, and polished off with gold settings. The result? A vibrant spring collection headlined by bubblegum-pink floral cuffs and mint-green earrings reminiscent of 1930s appliances. Joining signature Bakelite designs are intricately carved wooden pendants that reflect the designer’s unique eye for detail, making it easy to see why nearly every piece in this collection is a one-of-a-kind.