Finalist judges were James Carter, Michael Sturlin, and Hazel Wheaton.
During the International Bead&Button Show in Milwaukee, Wisconsin June 8, 2018.
Hinged Pyrite Cube Bracelet is the last one in the video to be awarded.
Sterling silver, anodized titanium, 14k yellow gold, iron pyrite, pierced, anodized, riveted, hinge construction, soldered, bezel setting, oxidized, 2.2 x 20.5 x .9 cm.
Support provided by the Saskatchewan Arts Board.
International Metal Jewelry Artistry Awards
Welcome to the International Metal Jewelry Artistry Awards presented by Bead&Button. Finalist entries will be displayed at the Bead&Jewelry Expo from Thursday, June 7, through Sunday, June 10, 2018, on the third floor of the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, WI. Award ribbon placement will take place on Friday, June 8, 2018.
Submitted handmade jewelry, accessories, sculptures, and more made predominantly with metal. Some cast or prefabricated elements are permitted, but the primary methods used must be in fabrication techniques.
Grand Award: $1,000 Gift Certificate
Honorable Mention $500 Gift Certificate
Get ready for a different kind of weekend shopping experience. Exclusively offered once a year during the Bead&Button Show, the Bead&Jewelry Expo is designed for those interested in buying artisan-crafted finished jewelry, beads, gemstones, accessories and much more.
As an Honorable Mention winner Hinged Pyrite Cube Bracelet will also be featured in the October issue of Bead&Button magazine,
and be displayed on BeadandButtonShow.com