Lireille - Gallery of Contemporary Jewelry and Art, Oakland, CA
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Alex Ramsay, "Leaf Canopy", 20 cm.Alex Ramsay designs and creates an award-winning range of limited edition and bespoke contemporary silver tableware - specializing in combining silver with textured, hand blown glass. Ramsay has exhibited widely at UK events including the Goldsmiths' Fair, Origin and Collect at…See More
Job Number: 131
Job Opened: March 02, 2015
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