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Andy Cooperman Jewelry | Work

Contemporary and elegant brooches by Seattle Jeweler Andy Cooperman in a variety of metals and materials.

vessel. Tom Herman's Jewellery. Not all Tom’s pieces focus on precious stones; his precious metal carving is spectacular enough to stand alone. Some of his most popular carvings, including laurel, oak, and ginkgo leaves, have been rendered in earrings, rings, cufflinks, brooches, and bracelets. Throughout his work, Tom has cultivated his talents and created pieces of art that will be worn and admired for many generations to come.

The gold band around the egg is a bracelet From Jennifer EInolf

Necklace by Young Joo Yoo. "The laurel flake"  Sterling silver, 18k gold (bi metal), pearls.

Necklace by Young Joo Yoo. "The laurel flake" Sterling silver, gold (bi metal), pearls.

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Fabulous silver necklace by Frank Rebajes. Great Modern design pendant with a wonderful heavy chain. Both pieces signed with the Rebajes hallmark. Francisco Rebajes was one of the first jewelry des.

Claire Hillerby

Handmade contemporary jewellery, brooches made from Silver by the designer Clare Hillerby. This item 'Collage brooch is available to buy online from lovedazzle UK's leading exhibitor of exciting and innovative contemporary jewellery.

#Vintage Jewelry under $25 at www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom -- Vintage Thistle Brooch

Vintage Thistle Brooch

'Kailua Bay', brooch made from silver, c.z stones, watercolour, blue diamond and micro mosaic detail.

Samantha Queen Jewellery: 'Kailua Bay', brooch made from silver, water colour and acrylic colour on artist's paper, blue diamond, cz stones and micro mosaic pieces.

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There is an inherent simplicity of both form and function in my work. All designs, whatever the inspiration are translated into elegant pieces with subtle textures or more complex and layered finis…

newly found brooch Judith Kaufman in the photo made by: Mark Nantz Photography

A spiral of beauty, can jewelry be that intriguing. Brooch by Judith Kaufman. Photo by Mark Nantz Photography.