A mourning ring to celebrate death. The porcelain skull is worn near the body, as a talisman and a token of mourning.Material: silver 925, porcelain
Constanze Schreiber (Siegen, Germany, 1977) studied at the Goldsmithing School in Pforzheim, Germany and at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. Her work has been awarded with Dutch Design Awards (Eindhoven, 2005) Talente Award for Design (Munich, 2005) and First price Enjojoia´t, (Barcelona 2010)
Visiting lectures and workshops: Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam (NL); Cranbrook Academy of Art, Michigan (USA); Goldsmithing School, Pforzheim (D) San Diego State University (USA)
She had solo exhibitions at Gallery Ra in Amsterdam (2006) Galerie Ornamentum in New York (2009) and FAD EnContraste in Barcelona (2011).
Furthermore her work was involved in numerous group exhibitions around the world in for example National Gallery of Victoria, Museum Bellerive Zurich, Design Museum London, Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design and the Imatra Art Museum in Finland.
|detail||silver 925, porcelain|
|measurements||size 15,5: L.21x W.20x H.31 mm / size 16: L.21 x W.21 x H.32 mm / size 17: L.21 x W.22 x H.33 mm|
|country of origin||the Netherlands|