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Botanical cuffs

Wear these stylish bracelets sipping cocktails or picking wildflowers. Made of  sterling silver and brass, these cuffs make a statement alone or stacked with Barbara's bangles

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BWS Cuffs on White 5.27.19-NIC.OLE PHOTO

3/4" wide oxydized cuff.

Also available in silver finish

BWS Cuffs on White 5.27.19-NIC.OLE PHOTO

1 1/4" wide oxydized cuff.

Also available in oxydized finish

BWS Cuffs on White 5.27.19-NIC.OLE PHOTO

1 1/2" wide oxydized cuff.

   Also available in silver finish

Barbara's bangles

Barbara's bangles are a perfect minimal accessory alone or stacked with a botanical cuff. These sterling silver bangles come in an assortment of finishes and styles.

Hand painted  enamel pendants

Each one of a kind, hand painted enamel, is fired multiple times in a 1500 degree kiln. Bezels are individually made of sterling silver with 14k gold accents. Because each enamel piece is individually painted by the artist, actual jewelry may vary slightly from the photo.

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Fleur

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Ikebana

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Folke

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 Artist Statement

 

My introduction to enameling was at a summer camp for the arts in the Berkshire Mountains. As I was the only camper in the enameling class, I received the exclusive attention from the famous etcher and enamellist, Kalman Kubinyi. During that summer, with the guidance of Mr. Kubinyi, I discovered what would become my lifelong goal: to be an enamelist. In  pursuit of this goal, I have taken enameling  and metalsmithing classes at Touchstone Center for Crafts, Peters Valley, Penland, Arrowmont and John Campbell Folk School. I also studied at the University of the Arts, Worchester Craft Center, Fuller Craft Museum, The Delaware Museum School  and Parsons School of Design.  My enamel designs reflect my love of American folk art, Chinese brush painting and the illustrations from the German Bauhaus. 

I create my jewelry at Nextfab in Philadelphia. Every piece is made by hand and is one of a kind.