DescriptionGold Bracelet, Michael Good
The 14k gold bracelet weighs 37.87 grams, marked MG for Michael Good.
Interior: 7-1/2 inches
Overall Condition: Good
Condition Notes: A unique and sculptural bracelet crafted using the anticlastic raising technique. Marked 14K. Scratches commensurate with wear, could be polished.
Michael Good: Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania of Belgian parents, Michael Good spent his youth in both the US and Europe. In 1977, he took a workshop with Heikki Seppa, a Finnish metalsmith who showed him the beginning techniques of putting a compound curve into a sheet of metal (like a saddle form). Michael was fascinated with the process, and figured out how to continue forming the curve into a tube. From 1981-1986 he won several prestigious awards, including Intergold, Diamonds Today, and Diamonds International. This laid the foundation for a long career designing jewelry and sculpture using the now well-known technique of Anticlastic Raising. Michael has been a member of many organizations, including the AJDC (American Jewelry Design Council), Gruppe ASPECTS, SNAG (Society of North American Goldsmiths), MJSA (Manufacturing Jewelers and Silversmiths of America), MCA (Maine Crafts Association) and more. He has taught workshops at many professional institutions, schools, and universities around the world and continues to teach 6-8 workshops each year. Michael has shown his work in both jewelry stores and galleries since the early 1980's. Over the past several years he has concentrated his efforts on a more limited number of elite stores, as well as his own gallery now located in Rockland, Maine.
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