Victoria Mason, Open Window Necklace with Uniform White Freshwater Pearls
A very special strand of pearls by Victoria Mason. A contemporary twist on the penultimate classic to treasure for years to come.
Victoria Mason has made jewellery for over 20 years, starting at Sydney College of the Arts where she completed a bachelor of Visual Arts majoring in Jewellery & Object Design under the guidance of contemporary jewellers such as Helge Larsen, Margaret West & Rowena Gough. After graduation she completed an apprenticeship in Trade Jewellery working under master jeweller Raoul Merten. In 1999 she completed a Diploma in Gemmology, the combination of all 3 studies allowing her to translate ideas into beautifully realised pieces. Victoria started her own jewellery practise in 2002 and has shown her work though galleries such as Makers Mark & Outre Gallery (Vic) as well as exhibitions at Sturt Gallery (NSW) & KickArts Gallery (QLD).
Victoria's work is held in private collections in Russia, UK, America, China, Scotland, Canada, Denmark, Portugal & many more. For those who admire Victoria Mason's jewellery, there is often a strong emotional response to her work. Victoria makes a combination of small-production pieces that are sold throughout Australia, as well as one-off commissions & collaborations.
Materials: Sterling Silver Clasp, Uniform White Freshwater Pearls
Dimensions: length: approx. 48.5cm