ARTS AND CRAFTS YELLOW GOLD AND GARNET NECKLACE
Designed as graduated 14K yellow gold sculpted panels, centering a similar panel set with rhodolite garnets--15 in., Kalo
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: a comparable example is illustrated in, Martha Gandy Fales, Jewelry In America, 1995, pg. 401.
Kalo was an Arts and Crafts workshop and school established in Chicago in 1905. Clara Black and her husband George Welles who started the workshop choose the name "Kalo," a Greek word meaning beautiful. Known for its metalwork and jewelry, Kalo had a lasting influence on the Arts and Crafts movement.