The Rosemary Pendant Necklace from Michael Michaud's Silver Seasons collection features a branch cast in bronze directly from a rosemary plant and hand finished with a gold plating This unique jewelry is made by creating moulds directly from botanical elements in a process similar to lost-wax casting. While traditional lost-wax casting begins with a hand carved model of wax, Michael Michaud instead uses an actual leaf, branch or flower in place of the wax model. A mould is created around the botanical element and as it is heated the plant matter burns away and leaves behind a beautifully detailed mould of itself. Each piece of Michael Michaud Jewelry is handcrafted in the USA in New York City. Dimensions: Pendant length: 2.9". Chain: 16.5"-17.5"L (adjustable).
The art glass designs of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie school are the inspiration for this Prairie Window Pendant Necklace from the Studio Jewelry Line by Danforth Pewter. This necklace is crafted in lead free pewter alloy with a hand applied color palette of greens and blues. Length: 1.5". The pendant comes with a 17" sterling silver snake chain with a lobster claw clasp....
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie school are the inspiration for these Prairie Window Earrings from the Studio Line by Danforth Pewter. This jewelry line is crafted in lead free pewter alloy with a hand applied color palette of greens and blues. Surgical stainless steel wires. Ht: 2.25" from top of ear wire to bottom of earring. Gift Boxed. These pieces are all handcrafted in Vermont.
This titanium band Prairie Window Cuff Bracelet from the Studio Line by Danforth Pewter is inspired by the art glass designs of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie school. The titanium band will not tarnish or cause allergic reactions. This cuff bracelet is crafted with a hand applied color palette of greens and blues. This medium size fits wrists up...
The Sullivan Stencil Earrings were inspired by the Schiller Theatre Building, designed by the firm Adler & Sullivan. At the time of its construction, it was among the tallest buildings in Chicago. Originally funded by German investors, it was projected to be used for German-language operas and cultural events. This earring design comes from a stencil used for decoration. Tarnish...