The Alloy collection by designer Anne Kaden includes wearable jewelry and experiments in 925 silver. The casting methods and the material into which it is cast influence the shape, color, alloy and shell of the casting. The material is melted directly in the ground or poured from a crucible into the ground. The variety of colors is created by sulphide and oxide compounds, which are formed by high temperatures in the casting process with the material of the ground. The pieces of jewelry constantly change due to natural oxidation. With these casting methods snapshots of place and time can be captured. On a trip to Iceland some rings were created which freeze the local conditions.

The Alloy925 collection was created as a B.A. thesis by the designer Anne Kaden during the Exploring /_ / Transitions project in the winter semester 2016/2017 of the Department of Industrial Design/System Design at Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle.