When I came across jewelry by NYC designer and artist Andrea Corson on Daily Candy last year I was wowed. Using sterling silver, gold and 18K vermeil she creates wonderfully unique wearable art. Given her MFA in Sculpture from Cranbrook Academy it's no surprise that the work is quite sculptural. To make it even more intriguing, each piece is slightly different from any other and, therefore, one-of-a-kind. Andrea's work has been featured in publications as varied as the New York Times and Bon Appetit, and she's had numerous exhibitions around the country over the last ten years. At the moment I am coveting this bird ring, but the hockey masks offer a sort of creepy fun, too. What do you think? For more information about Andrea Corson's work contact YES Gallery + Studio at firstname.lastname@example.org.