I didn’t have enough time to finish my sample, but this is just one small step towards the big project.
|Mycenaean bronze sword hilt from grave excavation (c. 16th century BC)|
Athens National Archaeological Museum
|left: Byzantine cloisonné medallion (c. 1100 AD)|
right: Ming porcelain (Xuande Period c. 1426-1435 AD)
|Enamel Easter egg from Moscow (Feodor Ruckert c. 1899 –1908).|
|Detail: Gilded silver, shaded translucent cloisonné, and guilloche enamel;|
height 2 1/8 in. (5.4 cm), diameter 1 1/2 in. (3.8 cm)
To learn more about precious metal and and jewelry making workshops at Liloveve Studio, and to see Caroline Glemann’s work visit her studio website: www.liloveve.com.
Emilie Shapiro is contemporary jewelry designer and metalsmith who received her BFA in Art & Design from Syracuse University. She has studied at Alchimia, a contemporary school of Italian jewelry in Florence, with artist Peter Bauhuis. She managed production at Pamela Love and Allforthemountain and has since launched her own line of jewelry and body adornment. To see more of Emilie Shaprio’s work, visit her website: www.emilieshapiro.com.