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Sterling Silver Brooch, Georg Jensen | Sale Number 2641B, Lot Number 131 | Skinner Auctioneers

Sterling Silver Brooch, Georg Jensen | Sale Number 2641B, Lot Number 131 | Skinner Auctioneers

Art Smith. Sterling silver brooch, 1950. One of the leading modernist jewelers of the mid-twentieth century, Smith trained at Cooper Union. Inspired by surrealism, biomorphicism, and primitivism, Art Smith’s jewelry is dynamic in its size and form. Although sometimes massive in scale, his jewelry remains lightweight and wearable. See "From the Village to Vogue: The Modernist Jewelry of Art Smith".

One of the leading modernist jewelers of the mid-twentieth century, Smith trained at Cooper Union. Inspired by surrealism, biomorphicism, and primitivism, Art Smith’s jewelry is dynamic in its size and form.

A 1960s Swedish silver tourmalinated quartz brooch. Of abstract landscape design, with tourmalinated quartz tree motif. Swedish marks for 1961. Length 8.8cms. Weight 39.4gms.

A Swedish silver tourmalinated quartz brooch. : Lot 1101 A Swedish silver tourmalinated quartz brooch. Of abstract landscape design, with tourmalinated quartz tree motif. Swedish marks for Length Weight

1948 Byron Wilson (silver, ebony, copper) Silver wire teardrop-shaped pendant enclosing moving black pendant in biomorphic form with carved-out designs. Further highlighted by silver geometric elements. Suspended from black cord

1948 Byron Wilson (silver, ebony, copper) Silver teardrop-shaped pendant enclosing a moving biomorphic black ebony centerpiece with carved-out designs. Highlighted with silver geometric elements.

Oxidized Iris Kinectic Brooch  Iris brooch made in silver with moving petals. Based on a camera lens aperture mechanism, the design was developed with the assistance of Ian Thompson in the Innovation Centre at Coleg Llandrillo, who animated the shapes of this and several other brooches to see how the shapes would interact. Made with the support of the Arts Council of Wales.   #oxidized silver, #jewelry design, #sterling silver, #jewelry making, #iris, #shutter, #camera eye

Oxidized Iris Kinectic Brooch Iris brooch made in silver with moving ‘petals’. Based on a camera lens aperture mechanism, the design was developed with the assistance of Ian Thompson in the Innovation Centre at Coleg Llandrillo, who animated the.

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