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This substantial piece features many traditional metal-smithing techniques including stone setting, piercing, etching, and hollow forming. A swag of small precious beads individually set on silver wires surrounds a center motif of etched and formed scales and silver wire pistils that move freely in the body of the piece.
The pendant can be removed from a multi-strand chain and worn as a brooch. Pin back has a locking mechanism for extra strength and security.
Size: 24" chain with lobster claw clasp
Pendant/Brooch: 3" by 2.25" by 0.5" in depth
Materials: Silver, 24k gold leaf, Lapis, Turquoise, Blue Topaz, Garnet
Signed by the artist
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So Young Park is a South Korean artist living and working in the United States. Park has found the seaside village of her childhood to be an endless source of inspiration for her masterful organic designs. Using various traditional metal smithing techniques, her works exude desire, hope and the power of life. Park has been featured at SOFA Chicago, SOFA New York and in the Lark Books, 1000 Rings, 500 Brooches, and 500 Gemstone Jewelry among others.