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Cross Necklace

Identifier:
1992.9.1
Description:
Silver cross-shaped pendant set w/center pink tourmaline & 5 creamy moonstones hang from heavy flat circular linked chain. Stones in cross are set in beaded silver; center stone surrounded by triangular, scrolled end motifs. Each link of chain has a different design.;USA: Michigan, Grand Rapids. Heartwood Antiques. Purchased by Heartwood form distant cousin of Mann's wife, Jeanette..;USA: Michigan, Grand Rapids. Heartwood Antiques. Purchased by Heartwood form distant cousin of Mann's wife, Jeanette.
Date:
circa 1910
Materials:
Silver, Tourmaline, Moonstone
Dimensions:
16" h 2.5" w
Current Location Status:
On Exhibit
Source:
Museum Purchase Friends Of The Public Museum
Exhibit/Program
L is for Like (after 2011)
Makers/Donors
Forest Craft Guild
The Forest Craft Guild of Grand Rapids was founded in 1907 by Forrest Emerson Mann. The Guild, which lasted about 10 years, specialized in making metalwork, desk accessories and jewelry. Their designs were influenced by medieval designs and believed in hand craftsmanship.

Mann, Forrest Emerson

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