More refined and polished (in every sense!) than some of his work, these earrings nevertheless have lots of look-at-me energy.
His very personal, abstract, often rough-hewn, style has been praised by the media, show judges and collectors everywhere.
Here, he shows he can also create a simpler style, with equal impact.
A sheet of silver is chiseled and corrugated on both sides, and shaped into an elongated version of an escutcheon, reminiscent of a Navajo rug element.
The raised lines add handsome texture to the highly polished silver.
Twisted silver forms the ring attaching the dangles to the handmade wires; an unusual touch of additional texture.
Flirtatious, flattering, and easy on the ear, these are delightful earrings for day or night.