Emma Villedrouin
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Fabricated jewelry in 18K gold, colorful gemstones and lustrous pearls.
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http://www.emmaville.com

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At 11:42am on February 25, 2009, Wendy McAllister said…
Hi Emma, your work is sumptuously beautiful! Wendy
At 4:51pm on January 14, 2009, Gayle Friedman said…
Hi Emma,
Let's see, Studio 4903 now has a facebook page! On January 30, we're going to have an opening with work by Anya Pinchuk, Jimin Park, Natalya Pinchuk, Susie Ganch, and myself! Invitation is forthcoming. Then on February 6, we're starting the first of our First Fridays, where we're going to basically have a casual open studio throughout the day from 11-7, where people can come by, visit and check out our work.

What have you got in the workings?
gayle
 
 
 

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Image Credit: Diana Greenwood

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