Michael Michaud Silver Seasons Petunia flower bracelet

This Michael Michaud Silver Seasons Petunia bracelet captures the beauty of these beloved flowers. This bracelet features a design with nine petunia flowers cast from nickel and lead free bronze.
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This Michael Michaud Silver Seasons Petunia bracelet captures the beauty of these beloved flowers. This bracelet features a design with nine petunia flowers cast from nickel and lead free bronze. The front of the flowers are finished with a pink and purple enamel while the back of the bracelet is finished with a brown patina. The center of the flowers are accented with 5 small purple freshwater seed pearls on each flower.

 

This bracelet uses a lobster clasp and measures approximately 8” long to fit most average sized wrists. The bracelet measures approximately 0.8” wide. Please note that the dime is not included but is shown to help you gauge the size of the jewelry.

 

This bracelet would make a great gift for anyone who loves petunias, flowers, nature, gardening, or handcrafted artisan jewelry. This bracelet has also been popular for wedding jewelry.

 

This bracelet was handcrafted in the USA by talented jewelry artist Michael Michaud as part of his Silver Seasons collection. This bracelet comes with our original store tags and gift box, great for giving or storage for years to come. This bracelet also comes with an information card that states the following:

 

Petunias

As emblems of love, romance, domesticity, and transience, flowers have long inspired painters with their delicate and intimate beauty and color. The petunia, a favorite of gardeners everywhere, was also a beloved subject of American artist Georgia O’Keeffe, who planted many of these vibrant annuals around her home near Lake George, in upstate New York. She depicted the blooms in a series of paintings, including Petunias (1925), from the collection of the de Young - Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Hand patinaed bronze with enamel and freshwater pearls.

Handmade in the U.S.A.

 

Michael Michaud for Silver Seasons

Artist Michael Michaud collects flora from his travels around the world. Your jewelry is then cast from nature’s own creation, capturing each natural detail of the original. Silver Season’s fine craftsmen the hand finish each design in bronze, sterling silver or gold using genuine stones and pearls.

There is no need to use a polishing cloth on any of Michael’s designs, soap and water will do.

 

 

 

 

Michael Michaud, the American jewelry designer shown in this picture creates nature inspired jewelry. His Silver Seasons collection includes necklaces, earrings, pendants, brooches, pins, and bracelets inspired by leafs, flowers, fruits, vegetables, and shells.  All Michael’s pieces are handmade in the USA.

About the artist: Michael Michaud

"Nature’s creations are the ultimate art that fills our hearts with joy, warms our souls with promise and fuels our spirit with desire. My true inspiration to reflect this beauty in adornment is what my Art is all about.”- Michael Michaud

Artist Michael Michaud was born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised in Westport, Connecticut. He currently resides in Fairfield, CT with his wife and children. Michael studied at the Rochester Institute of Technology's prestigious school for American craftsmen, graduating in 1980. In 1991, fortunate enough to be living in the Connecticut countryside and working near New York City's flower district, Michael's love of nature began to combine with his love of jewelry. Today's collection is a combination of Michael's exceptional knowledge of jewelry making and his love of nature. He has perfected the technique of creating models from natural elements and, after models are made, manipulating these "copies of nature" into beautiful jewelry. Using bronze, sterling silver or gold and natural stones and pearls, Michael's designs have become well known for their remarkable craftsmanship and beauty.


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