KONZUK

Heralded as wearable architecture, KONZUK’s concrete, stainless-steel, and diamond-dust jewelry mirror the restraint of Modernist design principles. The collections marry balance with minimal forms influenced by László Moholy-Nagy, Donald Judd, and Richard Serra—particularly their inventive yet refined geometry—and a deeply felt engagement with materials.
Drawing on concepts from the Bauhaus and other 20th-century greats, KONZUK translates a Modernist ethos into unexpected, wearable forms. The sheen of stainless steel coupled with the sparkle of diamond dust unite to create jewelry that's cosmic, futuristic, and frankly out of this world.

Stellar—Mira Major statement necklace

Referencing modern sculpture and star systems, the Stellar collection features diamond dust–infused black concrete cast into minimalist stainless-steel forms.

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Continuum—Bauhaus inspired Quadra Minor necklace

The elegance of dramatically set black concrete and stainless-steel dome infused with diamond dust and docked onto a lightweight steel square. Experience the power of attraction.

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Continuum—Bauhaus inspired Juno Major statement necklace

Hand-crafted stainless-steel dome set with a thin layer of black concrete infused with the sparkle of diamond dust. Jewelry as awe-inspiring as the celestial sky.

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Heralded as wearable architecture, KONZUK’s concrete, stainless-steel, and diamond-dust jewelry mirror the restraint of Modernist design principles. The collections marry balance with minimal forms influenced by László Moholy-Nagy, Donald Judd, and Richard Serra—particularly their inventive yet refined geometry—and a deeply felt engagement with materials.