Massive & early bronze necklace with textured organic links and greenish turquoise. This piece is attributed to Anne Dick, there is a lovely contrast between the bronze and stone. This is a beautiful piece, a true statement.
Anne Dick Anne Dick was a pioneer in the American Craft Jewelry movement of the 1950-70’s. Learning the process of welding and metalwork in the 1950’s, Anne started her career by making sculptures and jewelry for herself. Anne created one-of-a-kind necklaces, earrings, bracelets, pins and other pieces in bronze and sterling silver. Her work rivals some of the best American Modernists of the period in craftsmanship, quality and design. Anne’s work is growing in popularity as she is being recognized by the Modernist Jewelry Community as the pioneer she truly was.
Chain measures approx. 20" in total length. Pendant measures approx. 3.5" in diameter. Unsigned Good vintage condition with minor patina and wear. The many of the jump rings have a silver tone, but they are soldered close so they are original to the piece.