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Figurative Art Jewelry - Figurative Artist. KRISTIN LORA SCOOTER EARRINGS IN PLASTIC AND STERLING SILVER. APPROX 1 1/2″ TALL.

Figurative Art Jewelry - Figurative Artist. KRISTIN LORA SCOOTER EARRINGS IN PLASTIC AND STERLING SILVER. APPROX 1 1/2″ TALL.

Carolyn Morris Bach  pin/pendant. Intimate, often figurative, creations are  spirits surrounded by moons, suns and animal imagery. Each piece is fabricated by hand using 18k, silver, copper and selections of jasper, petrified wood, stones, bone or ebony creating deeply personal metaphors of the rural environment.

Carolyn Morris Bach pin/pendant. Intimate, often figurative, creations are spirits surrounded by moons, suns and animal imagery. Each piece is fabricated by hand using 18k, silver, copper and selections of jasper, petrified wood, stones, bone or ebony creating deeply personal metaphors of the rural environment.

ancientart:        Tongan necklace, the figurative composition of this adornment is extremely rare, it carries eight figures and nine other pendants, all pierced for suspension and bound by sennit cord.

ancientart: Tongan necklace, the figurative composition of this adornment is extremely rare, it carries eight figures and nine other pendants, all pierced for suspension and bound by sennit cord.

Name: Moving On • Designer: Danyi Zhu • Description: "'Moving On' is on a mission to open up the debate around the accessibility and knowledge of contemporary jewellery and objects. By taking part in contemporary jewellery events 'Moving On' are challenging the traditional notion that jewellery and objects should be kept untouched, behind glass in the cabinets of galleries and museums." — "Moving On Collective", Designers Block (Retrieved: 19 July, 2014)

Name: Moving On • Designer: Danyi Zhu • Description: "'Moving On' is on a mission to open up the debate around the accessibility and knowledge of contemporary jewellery and objects. By taking part in contemporary jewellery events 'Moving On' are challenging the traditional notion that jewellery and objects should be kept untouched, behind glass in the cabinets of galleries and museums." — "Moving On Collective", Designers Block (Retrieved: 19 July, 2014)

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