Handwoven macrame with hammered antiqued brass forms, nickel free and lead free ear wires.
Amira Axe, an artist and creator from Connecticut, uses macrame techniques learned while traveling and volunteering in Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Chile, and Uruguay to create unique pieces of body adornment. Each piece is a work or art and thoughtfully created using metal work tools and techniques, string, stones, beads, and fabric.
Dimensions: 1 ¾” X ½”
Learn more about the Pre-Columbian history of knots from Dumbarton Oaks’s exhibition, Written in Knots.