18K Gold Woman in a Garden "Dancer" Enamel Pendant with Pearl Accent
The image of a beautiful woman dancing in the serenity of a hidden garden is depicted in this unique pendant/brooch. Artistically created in enamel with a layered frame of 18K gold, this pendant/brooch is striking and captivating. A single and delicately beautiful pearl accents the dramatic elegance of this unique pendant/brooch.
This pendant/brooch/necklace was hand created to be one of a kind, and it cannot be replicated. It can be worn either as a necklace or as a brooch. The process used to create this piece is an extremely precise and exact process making it a near impossibility to recreate this masterpiece.
Pendant / Brooch Information
Style #: 230-2001314
Metal Type: 18K Yellow Gold
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Larissa fell in love with the ritual aspects of the elemental processes of working with metal, glass, gems – making a precious object - capturing in that miniature fragment a timeless, magic quality.
As a student she found a strong sense of context for the history, art and literature she studied in her own personal history. With roots in Europe and the Middle East. Byzantine, Hellenistic and Egyptian artifacts are a part of her daily life. The European Renaissance, 18th Century enamels and jeweled objects, the Art Nouveau as well as Japanese Art made a deep impression on her.
She responded very strongly to the “abandon” in these works. Their creators used materials for their colors, qualities of light, texture - striving for the surprise, the impossible - these were their language. These strongly influenced her own “personal voice” in jewelry.
She uses the classic themes of the nude, plants, birds and landscape as vehicles to explore forms, line and texture - always expanding further the possibilities of the enameling medium with its endless range of colors and the ability to play with light.