Tia Kramer's Paper Necklaces

High-art sculpture meets arts-and-crafts fair wear-ability.
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A Tia Kramer paper necklace is best described as the love child of an arts-and-crafts fair and a cosmopolitan sculpture: The Northlake-based installation artist uses recycled sterling silver to complement her handmade Philippine plant paper pendants, often layered with wire in intricate patterns for a decidedly contemporary cap to your ensemble.

$148–$350 at the Seattle Art Museum Shop (Downtown, 1300 First Ave.; 206.654.3120; seattleartmuseum.org) or tiakramerjewelry.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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