Roberta and David Williamson have been working together all their adult lives. They are jewelers who live and work in Berea, Ohio, and use straight forward fabrication methods, casting, and soldering to create their jewelry.
In their uniquely playful jewelry, the Williamsons celebrate and draw inspiration from their life together as well as their individual histories and memories. She has a BS in education from NIU and MFA in jewelry and metalsmithing from VCU. David Williams is Professor of Art at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea and has a BFA from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb and MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
Sterling silver, copper, acrylic, leather cord, paper, bronze Neck cord: 23”l, pendant: 3.5”l x 2.5”w (The image is an English canary. Hold the ends of the necklace while putting on and off – the pendant will slide off.)
Sterling silver, copper, brass, paper, acrylic, baroque pearl, leather cord Neck cord: 23”l, pendant: 3.25”l x 2”w (Hold the ends of the necklace while putting on and off – the pendant will slide off.)