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Gail J. Williams - Jewelry Gallery


#1

hanuman Gail Williams Jewelry
Lake Lure, NC. USA

“I have always been an artist, a painter. I found my love of Metals after taking a silversmithing class at a local Craft School.”

I have since studied with many amazing Jewelry Artists. Each helping to develop my own unique style. Creating work using the technical skills I have developed.

My goal is to design jewelry that might be worn everyday such as a silver bracelet or pendant. Along with pieces for occasions that call for something special, a piece that you just can’t wait to find an excuse to wear.

Materials: Argentium Sterling Silver , Labradorite
Dimensions: 6" long 1 1/2" wide

Cuff is made with Argentium Sterling Silver which has been roller printed with an acid etched brass sheet designed by me.
The Dogwood Flowers have been formed in the ancient Chasing and Repousse Techniques. The pieces are then soldered on to the cuff.
A dark patina is added to the background and the flowers are polished to a high shine to give more depth to the piece.

Photo credit: gail williams


#2

Sprout

Materials: Argentium Sterling Silver
Dimensions: 3/4" wide 3/4" high

Balled argentium wire attached to a dome and bezel set.

Photo credit: gail williams


#3

Monet Monet

Materials: Argentium Sterling Silver
Dimensions: 6" long 1 1/2" wide

Cuff is made with Argentium Sterling Silver which has been roller printed with an acid etched brass sheet designed by me.
The Dogwood Flowers have been formed in the ancient Chasing and Repousse Techniques. The pieces are then soldered on to the cuff.
A dark patina is added to the background and the flowers are polished to a high shine to give more depth to the piece.

Photo credit: gail williams


#4

Monet Monet Necklace

Materials: Argentium Silver
Dimensions: 2" x 1.5"

I love making little Jewelry shadow boxes. Small little pieces of art. This is a companion piece to my Silver Cuff “Monet Monet” .
Each piece is formed in Chasing and Repousse Techniques. The pieces are then soldered to the textured background of the Shadow Box. A dark patina is added to the background and the flowers polished to a high shine to give more depth to the piece.

Photo credit: gail williams


#5

Morning in May Napkin Ring

Materials: Argentium Silver
Dimensions: 1.5" x 6"

This was a commission from a British couple who wanted a napkin ring for their new grand child that could be opened into a cuff when she was older.

Photo credit: gail williams


#6

Crevace

Materials: Copper and Argentium Silver
Dimensions: 2" x 1.5"

The silver flowers were cut and soldered onto a roller printed and press formed copper shape. The shape was cut out to leave a little space from which the little flowers spread and grow .

Photo credit: gail williams