Emiko Oye


Inspired by hardware, haute couture, and salvaged materials, Emiko Oye fabricates one-of-a-kind jewelry from repurposed materials, silver and gems. She subtly transforms everyday objects to inspire new dialogues about our relationships to our environment and culture. Her work has been shown in exhbitions across the United States and Europe, and featured in numerous publications including Metalsmith Magazine.

Grand Piano. Bracelet, magnetic closure, repurposed Lego, argentium silver, nylon coated steel cable
Cautious Lips, repurposed Lego, sterling silver, recycled steel
Moonbeam Anthem 1: Bowie, brooch
Moonbeam Anthem 3: Hedwig, brooch
Starlet Wing Neckpiece from Chrome Collection. Repurposed and chromed Lego, 14k yellow gold wire, silk back, silk ribbon, cotton
Slopes Charm Garnet Moon, Bracelet
Mondrian Earrings
Garnet Moon B1B2 Necklace, Limited Edition, repurposed Lego, argentium silver, nylon coated steel cable


50 Church St. Montclair,
NJ 07042 USA

The gallery will be closed April 13-21 in preparation for Keith Lewis The Saddest Aisle which will be held at the Jewelry Library.