Elena Estaun is a creator who decided to translate her ideas into conceptual jewelry pieces. Inspired by everyday objects, she takes something’s primary function and converts it into a piece of wearable art.

Since childhood, Elena felt a passion for jewelry design, and after earning degrees at the Parsons School of Design in New York and Central Saint Martins in London, she decided to follow her passion as a profession.

Her style often weds industrial, urban and primal motifs to create a new concept of elegance.

Nuts, bolts, and old keys are often the sources of inspiration for this young artist from Barcelona, as are organic shapes such as bones, fossils, and even creatures that are assembled into sophisticated rings, necklaces, pendants, earrings, belts, or bracelets.



Interesting shapes and natural forms play a guiding role in Elena Estaun’s jewelry creations, resulting in an eclectic combination of unconventional forms and structures with a touch of primeval sophistication.

Upcycling is an important pillar of Elena Estaun’s work, that skilfully combines industrial elements with ribbons, silk, cord, gold, silver and copper, as well as natural and precious stones including black diamonds.

In essence, Elena Estaun transforms objects into art, creating new shapes using a variety of commonplace items such screws, keys, and hinges and the symbolisms attached.