Approaching her covetable handmade jewellery range from multiple creative vantage points, Emily Green’s practice has been informed by a BA in Fine Arts from Curtain University, a year of Fashion and Textiles at TAFE, a Graduate Diploma in Education and finally Textile Design from RMIT. Emily’s colour sense positions her in her own field, as her idiosyncratic colour pairings result in unexpected and magical jewellery, artworks and textiles. Practicing from a studio in Brunswick, Emily’s works are made with impeccable quality, and she regularly releases new styles and fresh palettes.
Care instructions: Clean your beads with baby wipes or hot soapy water and a wash cloth. Please be wary of clothing with non-colourfast dyes as the dye can rub off on the beads and stain them. For necklaces with leather cords, take care not to get them wet of spray them with perfumes as this will decrease the lifespan of your leather cord.
Materials: sterling silver, polymer clay, and gold foil
Dimensions: 1 x 0.5cm
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