William Ehrlich, a New York based jeweller, started out as an architect before transitioning to ne jewellery. He uses the AutoCAD program to create his digitized drawings and la- ser-cutting techniques to make his one-of-a-kind-pieces from sheets of German silver. The precisely cut elements are pol- ished, cast together and set with precious gems in an atelier in New York City. The silver is then plated with black rhodium which casts a dark gunmetal nish and is a distinct contrast against rubies, tourmalines, opals, and other coloured gems. 

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