Green Skeleton leaf necklace by Sue Gregor

Necklaces / Pendants
by Sue Gregor

Contemporary Acrylic Necklace by Sue Gregor

24 inches long

This necklace is reversible both sides are a sampler of different plant designs. It is made using my own method of dying and embossing plastic which I call fossilized Plastic due to the fine detail which it is possible to capture on the embossed surface so they are similar to fossils.

For the subject I choose quite ordinary plants and weeds, as well as textiles . I hope that the wearer will not only enjoy them as jewellery but also review their appreciation of the natural world. I set out to create a marriage between the industrial and the organic. I want to create a feeling of celebration between material and subject.

Designed and handmade by jewellery designer Sue Gregor.

Features

  • Primary Material : acrylic
  • Other Materials : sterling silver
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Length (inches) : 24

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Green Skeleton leaf necklace

Features

  • Primary Material : acrylic
  • Other Materials : sterling silver
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Hallmarked : No

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Necklaces / Pendants
by Sue Gregor

Contemporary Acrylic Necklace by Sue Gregor

24 inches long

This necklace is reversible both sides are a sampler of different plant designs. It is made using my own method of dying and embossing plastic which I call fossilized Plastic due to the fine detail which it is possible to capture on the embossed surface so they are similar to fossils.

For the subject I choose quite ordinary plants and weeds, as well as textiles . I hope that the wearer will not only enjoy them as jewellery but also review their appreciation of the natural world. I set out to create a marriage between the industrial and the organic. I want to create a feeling of celebration between material and subject.

Designed and handmade by jewellery designer Sue Gregor.