Oxbow carafes/vases refer to the winding paths of rivers. These hand blown glass vessels and the matching tumblers can be used equally as small vases for home or office and make wonderful sets with the matching tumblers or the small xylem cups.
Available colours are pink, salmon, gold, sea green, blue, and red. Please contact us for additional information and photos of other colours.
Each piece sold individually: oxbow decanter, approx 30 x 7 cm $108; oxbow tall glass, 14 x 7 cm, $48 each.
Small Matte Pearl Circle Earrings have asymmetrically shaped pearl drops hanging at different lengths from powder-coated repurposed copper chains. On surgical steel posts, these studs are 9 and 8 x 1.7 cm. Only one pair in the gallery!
One more time brooch of filigree worked non-ferrous metal elements embedded in cast resin with the artist’s signature double-leaf form surrounding the perimeter of the brooch. Delightfully flat and in a subtle and vibrant brown-orange range of colours. Size: 7.8 cm in diameter x 1.2 cm deep.
The Demi Collection. A little more complex than the other collections, this one is distinguished by its play on forms. Its sections in different axes combined with mirror polish create illusion effects depending on the angle from which one looks at the jewel.
Small square studs created in sterling silver and copper. 9mm x 9mm
The PLI collection, was designed in the spring of 2020. It is based on the action of folding a copper surface onto a silver surface. This simple manipulation where a part is inserted in whole or in part of another allows Claudine to explore different plays of volume and perceptions.
Narrow stud earrings created in sterling silver and copper. 20mm x 5mm x 3mm
Two Loons, delicately carved serpentinite sculptures.
Large loon (back of picture) 6 x 10.625 x 1.625"
Small loon (front of picture) 5.625 x 7.625 x 1.625"
Ning Ashoona is one of the few Inuit women carvers in Cape Dorset. She started to carve at the age of 14. When carving Ning uses both hand and power tools. She carves a range of subjects being highly diverse in the carvings she produces.
“I will carve until I can’t do it anymore, because I enjoy it.”