Mimi Dee Artwear

Signed USA Sterling Silver Studio Necklace Flower

Signed USA Sterling Silver Studio Necklace Flower

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Mimi Dee Artwear
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Methuen, MA 01844
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This Made in USA daisy pendant and V collar necklace was hand hammered, hand fabricated in the modernist tradition in a USA studio entirely by a single pair of hands and signed: Handmade Mimi Dee & Sterling.
Note the 9 lobe, 10 pearl center daisy flower removable pendant is finished with pearls from other lands. Substantial at 1.4 Oz of sterling or 40 grams. Should you prefer amethysts, tourmalines or other color pearls, they can be replaced with the gems of your choice at no extra charge. You will own the only one.

$15 USPS Priority Mail/Ins/Track or Free with USA CK or USPS MO.
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This signed studio metalwork jewelry artist who also paints oils and has made fiber art to wear garments in the past, has exhibited in various juried art shows, more recently since 1990 to present. Legal: All Design Concept Content Text Images solely owned by Mimi Dee.

A word about using the word "studio" to describe, in this case, this piece of jewelry. The correct usage is to be applied when the artist herself or himself created and shaped the entire item from beginning to end by hand by himself or herself. That word should be retired from usage when the items are being made by the 1000s and/or by others for the designer.

If they are made by others and/or sold by the 1000s, then they have advanced to becoming a jewelry designer. When artists after years of hard work have become so successful that they must employ others to make their designs, let them be proud, let them own it and rejoice. They have arrived! But it is time to graduate and to retire that word from their descriptions.
Designers please return and allow that word to remain where it originated and that it at the original artist's bench.