Rosalind Hennenfent

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    Silver Floral mauve pulp studs, created in sterling silver, paper pulp and acrylic ink.

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    Regular price $160.00
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    Floral; mauve pulp silver studs, created in sterling silver, paper pulp and acrylic ink. The back view is equally as beautiful with a flower stamp on the silver. 

     

    3 x 1.2 x 1 cm

     

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    Rosalind Hennenfent

    Rosalind Hennenfent

    Regular price $120.00
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     Red Pulp hoops created from sterling silver, paper pulp and acrylic ink.

    4.5 x 2.5 x 3cm


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    hoops created from sterling silver, paper pulp and acrylic ink

    Rosalind Hennenfent

    Regular price $150.00
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    Carbon Pulp hoops created from sterling silver, paper pulp and acrylic ink

    7 x 1.5 x 4cm 


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    Soleil Brooch, from pulp paper and acrylic ink on a sterling silver frame, 11.5 x 8 x 3 cm   
    Rosalind Hennenfent Soleil brooch worn

    Rosalind Hennenfent

    Regular price $600.00
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    Soleil Brooch, from pulp paper and acrylic ink on a sterling silver frame, 11.5 x 8 x 3 cm   

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    Autumn brown small earrings

    Rosalind Hennenfent

    Regular price $80.00
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    Autumnus drop earrings of pulp paper and acrylic ink on a sterling silver ear wire, 6 x 2.5 x 2 cm

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    This body of work explores the growth of patterns. Within nature, my inspiration
    comes from the movement of geological forms and the creatures that make
    nests and hives. Both naturally building layers, using repetition and addition to
    create a form.
    Using paper pulp medium, the progression of that growth is dictated by the
    orientation of what was placed before it. Each individual fragment is crucial to
    the movement of the pattern that emerges, each pattern unique.

    The weightless yet durable qualities of paper pulp and its natural aesthetic,
    means that placing pulp incrementally, allows me to grow organic and
    unexpected patterns within a form to create a piece of light weight wearable
    jewellery.