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 Object Design Studio

290 Fillmore St, Denver, CO 80206

303-377-1701

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290 Fillmore Street
Denver, CO 80206
USA

(303)377-1701

                                     Object Design Studio

Considered one of the best, living, custom jewelers, Nelson Giesecke has been creating fine jewelry in the Cherry Creek area of Denver for forty years. Each piece is custom designed in gold, silver, platinum, steel or palladium.
The world’s best diamonds and gemstones are available to the discerning
customer who wishes to help create a truly one of a kind piece.
If you are looking for the best custom jewelry in Denver with a flair for the well engineered and mechanical; or if you are looking for a truly unique wedding or engagement ring, Then Object Design studio should be your destination.

 

Banging on Metal!

Creating and building high end, one of a kind jewelry and wrist watches. The process and concepts of each stage development. Kenitic art. Philosophy of art.

 

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Nelson Giesecke

planned watch dial for the new watch.

planned watch dial for the new watch.

So now it is time to render clouds for the dial of a hand made watch. The waves are made. The sky is made. But the clouds. How do you make clouds?

Japanese sword furniture. The best inspiration!!

Japanese sword furniture. The best inspiration!!

Really? Can you believe the detail in this metalwork!? Everything is miniature, perfect and individually inlaid!

Really? Can you believe the detail in this metalwork!? Everything is miniature, perfect and individually inlaid!

The best I could do in 1985. This is all fused welded and marbleized Still think I can do better. The Mona Lisa with Mt. Fuji expresses a western view of Hokusai famous series of "Views of Mt Fuji."

The best I could do in 1985. This is all fused welded and marbleized Still think I can do better. The Mona Lisa with Mt. Fuji expresses a western view of Hokusai famous series of "Views of Mt Fuji."

This new dial is to be a bas-relief. The ocean should look very photographic, while the sky will be more abstract. I am working on it now. I guess you will have to wait for the results