“Dramatic Jewelry: The Five Masters”

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David Cripps, aqua platinum ring
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David Cripps, aqua platinum ring
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Tom Munsteiner, bicolor tourmaline Ritmo necklace
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Michael Good, Arame cuff
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Michael Good, tapered ribbon earrings and pendant
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Tom Munsteiner, Hexagonal amethyst earrings
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Paolo Marcolongo, gold ring
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Paolo Marcolongo, gold ring
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Paolo Marcolongo, yellow ring
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Paolo Marcolongo, yellow ring
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Peter Schmid, aqua ring
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Peter Schmid, Kiss cuff
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Peter Schmid, Superman men's ring
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Simon B. Armitt, Fish brooch
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Simon B. Armitt, Tatlin ring
Free
Aaron Faber Gallery, 666 Fifth Ave at 53rd St (212-586-8411, aaronfaber.com). Subway: E, M to Fifth Ave-53rd St; F to 57th St While trend-conscious women all over the world are currently donning bold and colorful rings, necklaces and bangles, this contemporary five-designer showcase brings statement baubles to another level. You’ll find glass displays filled with one-of-a-kind bespoke pieces from British designer Charlotte De Syllas, American craftsman Michael Good, Italian sculptor Paolo Marcolongo, Germany’s Peter Schmid, and couple Tom and Jutta Munsteiner. The Instagram-worthy items include 18-karat gold brooches, blown-glass-and-metal rings and geometrically cut gems that are more wearable art than jewelry. On May 18, Good stops by to talk about his work and anticlastic raising, the metalsmithing technique he developed (2–5pm; free).
Event website: http://aaronfaber.com
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