Eve Kaplin Memphis Era Kinetic Necklace
An Eve Kaplin Memphis Era kinetic necklace. This reversible piece is comprised of geometric shapes, spirals and zig-zags with colorful enameling. Eve Kaplin created her works in the 1970s – 80s, selling her work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art having been famed for using the Memphis style in her work. Her work is represented as a permanent collection at the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt Design Museum. Eve’s body of work consists of the use of geometric and organic shapes, knobs, articulation and vibrant colors of enamel work. This particular necklace was part of a limited design in her ‘Mechanical Series’ where pieces were made in small batches with work from this series being her most popular.
|Necklace Closure Type:||Hook and Eye|
|Primary Stone Type:||Enamel|
- This item has been evaluated and verified by a GIA Graduate Gemologist.
- All diamond and gemstone grading is done under GIA standards as the mounting permits, where gemstones are present; where mountings impede accurate measurements, (estimated) dimensions are provided. All weights and measurements are estimated and approximate. Industry standard and accepted treatments for gemstones are assumed unless otherwise noted.
- Pre-owned jewelry may contain minor markings/imperfections throughout.
- While we represent items accurately on our site to the best of our ability, the color calibration of computer monitors can vary, causing colors to appear slightly different from one monitor to another. Due to this, please note that precise color representation of metal and gemstones is not always possible.
- light wear to enamel on edges.
- necklace maximum length is 20.00".