VINTAGE MODERNIST ANNE DICK NECKLACE. Features brutalist cast metal, perhaps bronze that. Is painted in gold, it is not magnetic.It is made of a series of small plaques connected with knob tipped pins that allow full articulation, it. Measures 20 Long with a hook clasp. Signed on clasp, clean pre-owned condition. Reyes Station, Marin County, California. Dick retired in 2007, at age 80, after 47 years of making bronze and sterling jewelry using the "lost wax" process--a process used first by the ancient Greeks and Romans.
It is a labor-intensive process requiring great skill as the artist must first create a mold before casting. Dick began her highly successful jewelry business in 1965. Jewelry was a hobby; she was a sculptor who produced large scale metal sculptures. In the 1950s and early 1960s. PLEASE LOOK AT PICTURES FOR THE CONDITION OF THIS ITEM.
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