Neiman Marcus Adds Custom Jewelry Made on 3D Printers

by Karl Utermohlen | November 4, 2013 12:32 pm

Neiman Marcus is coming out with unique 3D-printed products that customers can order online and get within three weeks.

Daily Mail reports that the retailer[1] is looking to make 3D-printed fashion relevant to the masses by introducing two items that they print after someone orders them. These items include a $295 sterling silver heart pendant necklace and a $395 stainless steel desk sculpture. The Neiman Marcus 3D-printed products are produced by Shapeways and the necklace can be customized with someone’s initials.  The retailer guarantees a three-week delivery time for its 3D-printed products.

A Neiman Marcus spokesperson said that the company is offering something “cutting edge, yet fashionable,” with these items.

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