octopus necklace

The small round elements in this piece are interchangeable-- all fitting into the larger round piece. This can be worn as a necklace, with or without the smaller round pieces, or with only the small pieces. The large circle can also be worn as a brooch or the piece can be split into a necklace/brooch combination to be worn together.

I threw this piece together in one day for a show the following day. I finished it at 2 pm and had to give a slide presentation at 4pm. At that point I had neither showered, nor even put together my slides... not to mention that the gallery was 20 minutes away. Somehow it all worked out.

Sterling silver, 14k gold, citrine.

Photo by Doug Yaple.

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