Hanging flower earrings hand carved from sustainable vegetable ivory or tagua nut. Each flower accented with a delicate small freshwater pearl, and mounted on sterling silver earring posts.
Sarah Lockey is a contemporary jeweler who lives and works on the traditional lands of the Yalukit-willam clan of the Kulin people. With a deep respect for nature and the use of materials possessed of an honest simplicity and authenticity, her practice seeks to attain a quiet sense of harmony through the beauty of imperfection. With thoughtful attention to detail, surface and scale, shaping slowly by hand, material into object.
Exhibitions include RMIT galleries Site 8, Cabinet Show, Design Hub, and Capital, as well as Craft Contemporary Assembly Point, Radiant Pavilion Biennial, Melbourne Polytechnic.
Materials: tagua nut or vegetable ivory, freshwater pearls, sterling silver.