Lori McLean Bracelet Silver & 14k Frank LLoyd Wright Tribute Museum Modern Art

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  • Item Category: Jewelry
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 17, 2012
  • Channel: Auction House

What a fantastic offer! This is a fabulous Lori McLean, Moma Bracelet. This Modernist bracelet was created by Lori for the Museum of Modern Art New York as part of the Frank LLoyd Tribute in 2000. It is solid sterling silver with yellow gold inserts. This bracelet is 7&1/4 inches length. It is 1/2 inch width and weighs 41.7 grams. The condition is excellent. We will also polish like new by your request if you wish. The back is properly hallmarked. This is a rare offer as these pieces are coveted and seldom become available. We are always happy to consider reasonable offers. Lori McLean is a self-taught jeweler and metalsmith with a background in design and silkscreen printing. She began making jewelry in San Francisco in 1991 and her line of sterling and enamel jewelry soon became well known for layering planes of colorful, translucent resin over textured silver backgrounds. Much of this work was influenced by modernist design, and in 2000 Lori was asked by the Museum of Modern Art to create an exclusive collection of jewelry based on the designs of Frank Lloyd Wright. By then she had relocated to New York City's West Village neighborhood, where she had her heart set on owning a little shop. The store on Grove Street opened in December of 2004. In 2008, Lori decided to retire her signature enamel line, but she continues to

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