Promotheus Meets Neptune’s Daughter Revisited (two-piece necklace)

Promotheus Meets Neptune’s Daughter Revisited (2 piece necklace)

Two separate hollow form pieces of silver and coral and silver and turquoise nestle together to create one necklace. Each piece may also be worn separately. An example of how the Prometheus (coral) and Neptune’s Daughter (turquoise) fit together and how they appear on their own.

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A dynamic, gorgeous piece. The forms were built around the raw organic shapes of the stone – and they happen to look great together and as stand alone pieces!

Entirely hand-crafted, one-of-a kind, hollow form. Classic southwestern materials with a contemporary style. Each piece is signed. Made for the Red Hook Antique Center.

Matagi Sorensen is a Yavapai-Apache jewelry designer, silversmith, and printmaker. His work is inspired by the natural world, industrial decay, and yoga. Based in Phoenix, Flagstaff, and the Verde Valley, his work can be found throughout Arizona, the United States, Europe and on his online shop Wholesale enquiries are welcome.

Neptune’s Daughter Meets Prometheus

Neptune’s Daughter Meets Prometheus

Two interlocking pieces of fine silver, turquoise, and coral may be worn together or separately in this one-of-a-kind hand-crafted necklace. Beautiful, ocean blue of turquoise meets fiery coral.

I made this piece for the Red Hook Antique Center in the Hudson Valley of New York.

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