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The systematic repetition in the construction of this necklace reflects morphological evolution of organic elements, like the fractal growth patterns of leaves. In “Migration”, there is a reinvention of forms, drawing from the flight of birds coupled with the shape and textured impression of leaves. This necklace allows the wearer versatility through its reversibility; it can be worn with either the convex or concave side facing outwards.

Photographer: Thomas Jack Hilton


Migration
Migration
Sterling silver; fabricated, roller-printed and die-formed
14” x 1.5” x 1”
2009