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Folia Design SF

Laser-cut Wooden Jewelry

Wood Lace

Jessica Coleman is a landscape architect by day and jewelry maker by night, and it’s easy to see how her day job influences her craft. She makes striking laser-cut jewelry that highlights natural, organic forms and crisp geometric shapes.

Jessica’s preferred medium is bamboo, since it’s a sustainably harvested wood that’s lightweight yet also strong enough to withstand the laser cutting and etching process. She refines her
intricate designs on a computer, using architectural drafting and illustration software, then uses a laser cutter to bring her creations to life. The burnished edges of the wood cutouts add shadowy depth to Jessica’s lace-like silhouettes.

Blossoming flowers, abstract leaves, and cascading drops of water are just a few of her inspirations. We can’t get enough of them.

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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Jessica

    Hello Everyone, and greetings from San Francisco! I'm absolutely thrilled that my work has been selected to be featured on Daily Grommet and want to thank the entire Grommet Team and all of the Grommet subscribers out there for your interest in Folia Design SF!

    Over the past few months creating laser cut jewelry has become somewhat of an obsession for me, so I am very excited to have the opportunity to share my work with you. It has been wonderful to take my landscape architecture-based design skills and apply them in a completely new way, and I hope that you enjoy wearing this jewelry as much as I have enjoyed creating it!

  • Sue
    3/6/2012 1:16 PM

    Could you tell us how long the necklaces are? Thanks!

  • Jessica
    Jessica – Special Guest
    3/6/2012 1:32 PM

    Thanks for your inquiry about the necklaces! They average between about 18- 18.5" in length, depending on the style. Taking a look at the photos or the video of people wearing them online might also help you get a better sense of their scale.

  •  jd
    7/15/2012 12:02 PM

    @Jessica Coleman what is your phone number and address? I would like to meet with you re: laser cutting. thanks. jd

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    7/17/2012 9:11 AM

    @ jd: We'll let you know directly how you can connect with Jessica.

  • DA Breeden
    DA Breeden
    3/6/2012 3:04 PM

    Can you give me an idea of the size of the earrings? Especially the City Earrings. It's hard to tell from the video on those. Thank you!

  • Jessica
    Jessica – Special Guest
    3/6/2012 3:45 PM

    @DA Breeden: Thanks for your inquiry about the earring length. The City Circle Earrings measure a little over 1" tall and wide, plus a little over 1/2" for the gold filled hardware, making approximately 1.5" (plus a bit) in length. All of the earrings Grommet has listed are under approximately 2" long, plus the approximate 1/2" for the hardware.

    Hopefully the pictures and video on Grommet's website and on Folia Design SF's website can help you understand the scale of the pieces a bit better!

  •  Judy
    9/8/2012 9:06 AM

    I would LOVE music treble clef necklace and earrings from this material. It would appeal to musicians of all genre as well as music lovers. How about musical instrument shapes? I'm especially interested in balalaika and oboe.

  •  Jessica Coleman
    Jessica Coleman
    9/12/2012 1:21 PM

    @ Judy

    Thanks for your interest in my work, you can contact me directly with any custom requests at [email protected]


  •  Jessica Coleman
    Jessica Coleman
    9/12/2012 1:21 PM

    @ Judy

    Thanks for your interest in my work, you can contact me directly with any custom requests at [email protected]


  •  Linda
    10/31/2012 2:50 PM

    Do you offer posts on your earrings? Thanks!

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