Couture

House of Fashion jewelry explains: what is "couture". "Couture" means every item

is a total creation from the minds of Elaine Coyne and Sheriden Starr. We create

each item by first developing a wax form as a mini sculpture or the design is drawn

on paper. Then the item is handcut and hand-forged. Making shapes and styles

unique...

House of Fashion jewelry explains: what is "couture". "Couture" means every item

is a total creation from the minds of Elaine Coyne and Sheriden Starr. We create

each item by first developing a wax form as a mini sculpture or the design is drawn

on paper. Then the item is handcut and hand-forged. Making shapes and styles

unique to Elaine Coyne Galleries.  Final finishes are done in the same way that

our ECII collections are completed. The metals that are cast or hand forged allow the

patinas, antiquing or mirror finish to achieve the highest level of finishing in our studio.

The applied finishes simply take differently on castings and hand forged metals.

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  • Abstract Lost Wax Cast

    Abstract art is a major art movement of the 20th Century. The concept thrives on

    non representational art and it is defined by shapes, forms, colors and textures.

    This is the essence of "Abstract" by Elaine Coyne. The metal featured is bronze in

    this new lost wax cast group. The shapes are multiple, the forms are geometric with

    a lovely organic undertone, the colors vary with the verdigris patina, as in our one of

    a kind finish particular to only Elaine Coyne collectible artwear. The textures are so

    tactical you can nearly feel them by feasting your eyes on these sensational and

    inventive pieces. This line is magical in its derivative elements and sensational in its

    coloration. We have achieved it all: texture, color, form and shape.

  • Ancestors

    Ancestors are an important factor in who and what we are in the here and now.

    As we search for the elements that take us back to our past history, we find many

    twists and turns. Whether your heritage is European, represented by garnet, or

    American Indian, represented by Turquoise, we all have come to the great American

    melting pot to affirm our position as an American. Ancestors the twists and turns of

    our past with a foothold in contemporary America.

  • Brand New Lost Wax Cast
  • Copper Iridescent

    Bronze, Copper, Iridescence, magical rainbows and sophisticated elegance all come together

    in this fabulous new line by Elaine Coyne.  Hand hammered Copper in one of a kind colorations,

    the iridesent effect is burned directly into each art collectible by Elaine's hand. The healing

    powers of Copper will elate you, the beauty of art will transform you: Copper Iridescent.

  • Etched Collections

    Pure Art The Minimalist Movement in metalwork merges with the etching

    process of antiquity in Elaine Coyne Galleries' Etched Collection .

  • Fan Fare

    We have taken the symbolism of the fan in Japanese culture, which represents

    longevity and prosperity, and once again adapted its essence to a lovely Lost Wax

    Cast bronze jewelry group called Fanfare 2017.  The use of an odd number of fans

    is representative of good luck.  When wearing these symbols expect good luck in

    your daily world.  I have found this to be symbolic, nonetheless it brings a wonderful

    boost to my day.

  • Hand Forged Copper and...

    A modern combination of Victorian style design, turn of the century

    American forged copper and hand polished mirror brass.

  • Lost Wax Cast Brass

    Lost wax cast designs by Elaine Coyne. Lost wax is the process by which a

    duplicate metal sculpture is cast from an original sculpture.  The oldest known

    examples of this technique are the objects discovered in the Cave of the

    Treasure (Nahal Mishmar) hoard in southern Israel, and which belong to the

    Chalcolithic period (4500–3500 BC). Conservative estimates of age from

    carbon-14 dating date the items to c. 3700 BC, making them more than 5700 years old.

  • Lost Wax Cast Sterling

    Elaine Coyne designs lost wax cast pieces in Sterling.

    Lost wax cast designs by Elaine Coyne. Lost wax is the process by which a

    duplicate metal sculpture is cast from an original sculpture.  The oldest known

    examples of this technique are the objects discovered in the Cave of the

    Treasure (Nahal Mishmar) hoard in southern Israel, and which belong to the

    Chalcolithic period (4500–3500 BC).

  • Modern Art Collection
  • Neo-Victorian

    Elaine Coyne's Neo Victorian Collection:

    A modern combination of Victorian style design, turn of the century

    American forged copper and hand polished mirror brass.

  • Origins Collection

    The Origins Collection by Elaine Coyne

    Elaine designed this group during the Nineties and

    it has become a best-selling Classic.

  • Silk Road

    Silk Road 2012: Textured Forged Brass Collection Our Silk Road Geode Group is limited edition.

    The one of kind surfaces of the matte stones evoke texture, texture, texture. This is the most

    important new concept going forward for Fall/Holiday 2012. The double whammy of matte and

    irregular surfaced geodes play magic against the polished and matte silk textured metals. This

    new collection: Geodes and Silk Textured Metals is the new performance of metals and stones.

    This collection is very limited and are available on a first come basis. Make sure to add them to

    your orders asap. All Elaine Coyne Galleries Artwear Items are handcrafted in the USA and come

    with our exclusive designer velvet pouch, artist bio and our commitment to you.

  • Terrain Collection
  • Textured Tealeaf

    Textured Tealeaf:  Designs in handforged and textured metals created by Sheriden Starr.

  • Trimetal

    Brass, Copper and Sterling forged and hand polished to a high gloss; the hammered

    texture evokes the spirit of the Turn of the 20th Century Arts and Crafts movement

    with a contemporary twist in this new Artwear collection by Elaine Coyne Galleries:

    Trimetal 2012.

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