Kirk Righter creates unique jewelry made of copper, silver, and brass,
sometimes enhanced with gemstones, and often with geometric,
industrial, architectural, or anatomical themes. He borrows ideas and
materials from the Arts & Crafts period, preferring simple designs
that emphasize the material used, such as cabachon stones and antiqued
metals, as well as rough surfaces and the utilization of screws and
rivets that provide both form and function.