Leaves of May for the month of May. And love for May Morris, an amazing multidisciplinary artist and jeweller often lost in the shadow of her daring father William Morris. It is to her that I dedicated this model of a pendant (that can also be made as a brooch on command), coming in different configurations.
Sterling silver, lost wax technique.
I modelled the prototype in a thick sheet of brass, completely by hand with my jeweller's saw, rotary tool and needle files.
These silver necklaces are now on show (and up for sale) in the heart of the Old Québec city, at the Boutique Métiers d'Art du Québec in the historic Place Royale district. I feel honored to be chosen along with several other jewellers, recent graduates of artisan programs in Québec, for this special exhibition.
Address: 29, rue Notre-Dame, Quebec, QC
I also have several one-of-a-kind rings and Boecklin Island pendants on sale out there right now. Come check them out if you are in the area. I currently don't have my jewelry stock in other boutiques, so it might be a nice possibility to see and try my pieces on.