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Constellations Three-Part Necklace Rachel Adams with Elizabeth Jane Campbell and Flux Laser Studio
The observatory on Calton Hill was the birthplace of astronomy and timekeeping in Edinburgh. Drawing on the hill's history of celestial observation, Rachel Adams' three-part necklace combines traditional and digital production processes to celebrate local materials and manufacturing.
Materials: Sterling Silver, Agate and Plastic
Made in Scotland
Full chain length 32"
Commisioned by Panel exclusively for Collective Matter
Hand made to order
Rachel Adams lives and works in Glasgow. Her work incorporates furniture design, sculptural forms and decorative craft techniques, combining a variety of traditional and DIY methods including macramé and tie-dye with contemporary commercial techniques such as laser cutting and vinyl printing.
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