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Expedition 2005
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Expedition 2005
This necklace was made by mixing borosylicate glass to give the different color effects in the amber/brown/ochre family. The Harvard Peabody Museum discovered a bear claw necklace from the Webster Clark Expedition in their collection. I am greatly inspired by Primitive Art and knew that I could make a bear claw necklace in glass. This piece helped me overcome my love/hate relationship with borosylicate glass. These glass claws were made in the offhand sculptural technique.
Reference: 1833




Size: 16 inches
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