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Bing Bang styles create playful mixes of personality and style. The Petite Pendulum Gunmetal Drop Earrings evoke this charming look in one delicate, bullet pair. Tiny drop earrings give a large boost of style and flair to a day or evening look. Be bold and wear with a chunky chain necklace or be sweet and match these earrings with a classic pendant style.
Bing Bang, Anna Sheffield’s line of haute-costume jewelry, offers the kind of baubles you might find in an exceptionally well-curated treasure chest.
In her downtown New York studio, each piece is fashioned in the brand’s signature aesthetic with layered sterling and brass chains, mixed metal finishes, curious charms & distressed lockets, often with bits of turquoise, pearls or Swarovski crystals.
Founded in 2002, Bing Bang has captured the hearts, necklines and wrists of downtown darlings who are both salty & sweet, by pairing a Punk Rock sensibility with elegant Victorian femininity, to create a unique line of unforgettable keepsakes.
Anna Sheffield is a New York-based designer who hails from Northern New Mexico. A distinct aesthetic emerges in her work from the rich urbane surroundings and culture of New York City. While Anna’s penchant for the spare, hewn and intrinsic beauty was imparted by the mores and surrounds of the Southwest- seemingly disparate influences culminate in her unique vantage point.
A nomadic, cross-cultural rearing (with stints in Saudi Arabia and California) and a devotion to fine arts (including formal training in costume design as well as welding & blacksmithing) inform Anna‘s endeavors past and present. Honing these divergent interests has rendered her a creative talent who works with ease on multiple platforms. In jewelry, she designs the haute-costume jewelry line Bing Bang, as well as her namesake line which includes the Bespoke collection of handcrafted pieces and extends into the realm of fine jewelry with sterling, gold and precious stones. Keepsakes, heirlooms and talismans – all objects full of native beauty and secret meaning – are recurring themes in her work.
In recent years Anna has endeavored to bring the term ‘fashion jewelry’ to a new level. In 2007 Anna was honored by the CFDA with a nomination for the Swarovski Award for Accessory Design. She has been a trendsetter on the runway and in everyday with elements such as innumerable, tangled layered chains, contrasting mixed metals and the appropriation of vintage and found objects. These varied styles have caught the eye of celebrities, fellow designers and companies with whom she has collaborated (3.1 Philip Lim, Marc Jacobs, Target Go International). A true tastemaker (Anna was a featured blogger for NY Times’ The Moment), She contributes to a number of creative projects, her finger on the pulse of not only jewelry and fashion but New York culture at large.