This Floral Vine design was inspired by my obsession with Victorian and Steampunk attire. It's one of the most popular designs when I go to Events/Shows/Conventions and I finally put it online!

Matching Earrings here:

Designed by C Westbrook Designs in San Francisco (me!) and fulfilled by Shapeways in New York.

With the introduction of the polished colors I'm able to offer jewelry directly from Shapeways!

The texture is relatively smooth and the color now more durable so no post-processing needed! I do however recommend a quick wash with mild soap and water just to get any excess powder off.

This comes in Red, Pink, Blue and Purple! (Black upon request, but that needs some post-processing aka varnish.)

I've kept this listing price a bit lower than my Etsy Shop ( since I don't personally inspect or wash these, and also to supplement the cost of higher US shipping through here.

To avoid any confusion let me clarify that if you buy an item from this store you are ordering directly from Shapeways who manufactures / 3D prints it. I can not cancel or change any orders made from this site. If you ordered a case from this listing please contact with any concerns that are unrelated to the design aspect.


IN: 5.857 w x 5.83 d x 0.358 h
CM: 14.876 w x 14.808 d x 0.91 h


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As a dude who doesn't wear jewelry....damn. That looks gorgeous. Great work!
July 7, 2014, 4:23 am
Beautiful design!
December 19, 2013, 9:03 am
@GoBritt Hello. This is my original design and the .stl is not for sale. I'm sure you can find all sorts of lovely designs to download on
September 30, 2013, 12:29 am
How can I get the .stl file?
September 27, 2013, 10:51 am
@lizaalk Hi, one cool thing about 3D printing (in this material and some others) is that as long as you leave a good amount of clearance between pieces it can be printed with moving parts. So no assembly required in this piece. I use the program called Rhinoceros, I personally think the interface is a bit more intuitive to artist types like me. I believe a good number of people designing for 3D printing use or used to use Rhino. Thanks for the compliment! :)
June 4, 2013, 10:16 pm
@cwestbrook I have a question. Did you print the whole thing as it is or was there assembly required? And if it is not a secret what software did you use? The design is very beautiful and complex.Great job!
April 12, 2013, 3:14 pm
Hi there, Here you go: I'll work on putting up a bracelet next :) Regards, Christina Westbrook Owner/Designer C Westbrook Designs
February 19, 2013, 7:05 am
These are gorgeous! Where are the earrings that match? : )
January 18, 2013, 4:19 am


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