CAST FROM DIFFERENT MOULDS: NARRATIVE JEWELLERY WITH JO POND

CAST FROM DIFFERENT MOULDS: NARRATIVE JEWELLERY WITH JO POND

CAST FROM DIFFERENT MOULDS: NARRATIVE JEWELLERY WITH JO POND

CAST FROM DIFFERENT MOULDS: NARRATIVE JEWELLERY WITH JO POND

CAST FROM DIFFERENT MOULDS: NARRATIVE JEWELLERY WITH JO POND

CAST FROM DIFFERENT MOULDS: NARRATIVE JEWELLERY WITH JO POND

CAST FROM DIFFERENT MOULDS: NARRATIVE JEWELLERY WITH JO POND

CAST FROM DIFFERENT MOULDS: NARRATIVE JEWELLERY WITH JO POND

Object - Narrative jewellery inspired by Poem

Object - Narrative jewellery inspired by Poem


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Jack Cunningham - Fragments Brooch 2006 white metal, coral, readymade

Jack Cunningham - Fragments Brooch 2006 white metal, coral, readymade

Jack Cunningham - "I collect many things, but this particular collection is based on plastic and lead geese and chickens, which were manufactured by a Company called Britains."  The story behind the collection... :  "I am a contemporary narrative jeweller (in addition to being a full time Academic), and therefore collect small items which may in some way, convey a message, tell a story or trigger a memory."

Jack Cunningham - "I collect many things, but this particular collection is based on plastic and lead geese and chickens, which were manufactured by a Company called Britains." The story behind the collection... : "I am a contemporary narrative jeweller (in addition to being a full time Academic), and therefore collect small items which may in some way, convey a message, tell a story or trigger a memory."

Jack Cunningham, "I believe Britains produced these chickens during the 1950’s and 60’s. Apart from their associations with Glasgow, the place of my own birth, they remind me of childhood. I also like chickens, they’re pretty funny to watch.    I have been acquiring and collecting various things most of my life. I don’t necessarily regard them as collections, but meaningful and significant objects that will have some future use or place in my narrative jewellery."

Jack Cunningham, "I believe Britains produced these chickens during the 1950’s and 60’s. Apart from their associations with Glasgow, the place of my own birth, they remind me of childhood. I also like chickens, they’re pretty funny to watch. I have been acquiring and collecting various things most of my life. I don’t necessarily regard them as collections, but meaningful and significant objects that will have some future use or place in my narrative jewellery."

JACK CUNNINGHAM 'Pére Lachaise' Series: brooch 2004 - white metal, wood, paint

JACK CUNNINGHAM 'Pére Lachaise' Series: brooch 2004 - white metal, wood, paint

The "Paris" series - Midnight Blues  Brooch 2003 - white metal, lapis lazuli, agate, turquoise  http://www.jackcunningham.co.uk/jack_phd/m.html

The "Paris" series - Midnight Blues Brooch 2003 - white metal, lapis lazuli, agate, turquoise http://www.jackcunningham.co.uk/jack_phd/m.html

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