Jewelry based on the sheesh Mahal

Embodying the optical phenomenon witnessed in the Sheesh Mahal, a lost craft tradition from the South Asian subcontinent, these works are composed of reflective convex glass mosaics in the metallic colors of silver, gold and copper. Their surfaces gather, absorb and scatter that which surrounds and moves around the wearer. The objects are designed to act mutable and flexible, and in some cases, age with time just as our human bodies do.
Year: 2021
Dimensions: Various
Media: Convex mirrored glass, on silicone, hand burned leather or metal substrates
Untitled {pink to silver collar}. Front view. 24” H x 14”W x 1/2” D (when flat)
Untitled {pink to silver collar}. View revealing a magnetic button opening
Untitled {pink to silver collar}. Details.
Lines and beams pendant. Front view. 9” H x 3” W x 1” D on 24” L chain
Lines and beams pendant. Front Detail.
Bracelet with Temple border. (TL). Laying flat, (TR). Folded, (B). Wrapped around wrist. 10” H x 4” W x 1/2”D (when flat)
Pendant with Temple border. Front view. 12” H x 4” W x 1/2” D on 16” L wire.
Suite of bracelet and pendant with temple border
Leaves in Haze neckpiece. Angle view. 6” H x 4” W x 1/2” D on 18” L wire