Comment: Fibula element is most auspicious
Description: Contemporary African design of Silver Berber fibula casting, turtle motif, Magreb area of Morocco worn by Ait Comment: This is a “statement”Description: Contemporary Indian (Kangra, Himachal Pradesh) design of antique silver enameled chiri tikka (bird) forehead ornament worn by a bride with floral designs (originally had a fringe of silver balls), strung with faceted glass and carved glass beads, antique silver spike elements, large silver antique end cones, heavy silver clasp, 25” w/o pendant, strung on SoftFlex wire (nylon coated stainless stell).
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Contemporary Indian design necklace
Peoples and cultures of the world and their adornment fascinate me. Ethnic adornment is the expression of people---their affinity with nature, family, clan, tribe; Expressions of protection, prowess, luck, religion; It is a window into lives long past and here now.
Wearing of such adornment offers appreciation of OUR affinity with the peoples of the world and I want to share these wonders with you.
From an artistic family and over a lifetime development of the skill sets for silversmith fabrication, lapidary, sewing and design in tandem with opportunities for worldwide travel and collecting, these have prepared me well for such creations utilizing only authentic and rare materials. A descriptive card will accompany each item.
My designs have been exhibited in juried shows, galleries and museum shops across the nation and I belong to several artists’ groups.
Each of these items is one-of-kind created with the passion of my experiences. Hopefully you can join me in this celebration!