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Shades of Green Drop Earrings by Laurie Prophater

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Shades of Green Drop Earrings by Laurie Prophater

34.00

Shades of Green Drop Earring

THE STORY: 

Handcrafted in my studio on one of Charleston’s barrier islands, these striking and dramatic earrings will elicit comments and compliments. Polymer has been called the chameleon clay. It can emulate stone, glass, porcelain, pottery and a myriad of other surfaces.

The surface closely resembles fractured stone with gold veining between the fractures. The back is equally interesting with a faux mother of pearl pattern.

Sterling Silver Earwire

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

 

THE SIZE:

length of drop 2 1/4”

 

THE ARTIST:

Laurie Prophater - Kiawah Island, South Carolina

The challenge of seeing a design in another medium and translating it into polymer has always been my driving force.  Taking the "what if" road to design completion has opened another avenue of artistic expression as a contributing artist in Belle Armoire Jewelry Magazine. 

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Shades of Green Drop Earring

THE STORY: 

Handcrafted in my studio on one of Charleston’s barrier islands, these striking and dramatic earrings will elicit comments and compliments. Polymer has been called the chameleon clay. It can emulate stone, glass, porcelain, pottery and a myriad of other surfaces.

The surface closely resembles fractured stone with gold veining between the fractures. The back is equally interesting with a faux mother of pearl pattern.

Sterling Silver Earwire

*this item is available on line only, similar items can be found in our gallery show room:

Charleston Crafts Gallery

161 Church Street

Charleston, SC 29401

 

THE SIZE:

length of drop 2 1/4”

 

THE ARTIST:

Laurie Prophater - Kiawah Island, South Carolina

The challenge of seeing a design in another medium and translating it into polymer has always been my driving force.  Taking the "what if" road to design completion has opened another avenue of artistic expression as a contributing artist in Belle Armoire Jewelry Magazine.