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Boston-area jewelry attractions


#1

Well, I just signed up for Michael Sturlin’s workshop at Metalwerx,
so I’d like recommendations of galleries and other high points not
to miss while I’m out there. Thanks!

–Noel


#2

When in Boston I would not miss Ed Spencers new skylignt jewlers
jewelry store and gallery. this guy had the opportunity to go to
Egypt a few years ago and “fondle” the jewelry in the Cairo museum.
not to mention he is one hell of a windsurfer.

werner


#3

Hi Noel:

Well, I just signed up for Michael Sturlin's workshop at
Metalwerx, so I'd like recommendations of galleries and other high
points not to miss while I'm out there.

You definitely want to make a trip to Mobilia Gallery
www.mobilia-gallery.com

I have never been there myself but, from what I hear, it’s amazing,
It’s in Cambridge, which is very close to Boston.

Also, the Society of Arts and Crafts www.societyofcrafts.com The
retail gallery is on Newbury Street in Boston. This is an awesome
shopping area. There are many other galleries on this street also.
The Society of Arts and Crafts puts on CraftBoston, a high-end retail
craft/art show in downtown Boston. The show is in April I believe,
but there is on the website above.

According to Mapquest, it takes about 20 minutes to get from
Metalwerx to Mobilia Gallery, but Boston traffic is kinda infamous.
Someone from within the Boston area would know more.

Hope this helps and congratulations on the class,

Kim Starbard
Cove Beads


#4

Noel- go see the blown glass botany flower collection and the gem
and mineral disply @ Harvard i promise youll be impressed- goo