Sunday, 18 March 2007

Doris Betz + Donna Keay



I thought Imelda might like the intricate detail on this 2005 neckpiece by Doris Betz, I know I do.

I'm always drawn to darker pieces with historically influenced pattern on them, like the work of Marianne Anderson and this work by
Donna Keay...



I was so surprised when I emailed Donna to ask if I could show her work (thanks) she already knew my blog! Donna was a graduate of Glasgow School of Art in 2003 and is inspired by historical jewellery.

6 comments:

cruststation said...

Wonderful jewellery, I love the piece at the bottom-it looks like it's made of cast iron. I love your blog, it's a one stop spot for jewellery design inspiration :)

cally said...

Aw thanks CS, i love yours too cause it's a one stop shop for ALL kinds of inspirition!

Dutch Girl said...

That is an AMAZING necklace! Just popping into YOUR blogland before i get off-line! :)

I love your eye for design. So loverly! I'm excited to be sew greening with you!

Marraine said...

Thank you Cally for the discoveries!

ambika said...

Love this. It's so beautiful. And I love the idea of something so intricate being so prominently displayed.

IMEDAGOZE said...

hey, you're right, Cally! I guess I'm drawn to historically influenced patterns, too, because I love all the works you featured here, especially those brooches & earrings by Marianne. Swoon...

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