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Jewelry Design & Sculpture

I was a designer-craftsman in jewelry for many years, having done my apprenticeship with Harold Fithian at Fithian, Inc., and having concurrently studied art and mathematics at California State University at Northridge, and life class sculpture with Morton Dimonstein at the Lubner-Dimondstein Studio and later at the New School of Art in Los Angeles. Later on I taught Jewelry Design as well as Web Site Design at the Art Academy of Los Angeles. The following pictures are from my years as artist-craftsman in the Sixties and early Seventies. 

Oxidized sterling silver vase, 1969.  Click on image to see front and back view enlarged.

One of three jade and 14kt gold rings I designed.  Click on image to see all three in one screen, and then continue on to enlargements of each.

Teakwood sculpture.  Click here to see a photo, a solarized photo, and an embossed photo showing three aspects of the sculpture's form.

Neo-baroque bronze sculpture "Arabesque" by Walter R. Eagles

Some Fithian Craftsmen in Late Sixties

14kt heavy (man's) ring with darsil oxidization.

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Sculpture and jewelry by Walter Eagles in the collection of John Louis Miller.  Click on image to enlarge.

Sterling Silver Belt Buckle, carved in very deep relief, with only the tops of each "rib" polished.

Bronze pendant - "Environment One" - Click on image to enlarge.

Click on image to see a series of action photos of Mahra in a paper-ball game.
Mahra