1. Hi. We moved systems, and because it was impossible to achieve feature parity between the systems, we opted to archive the old B&S threads but allow users to read them so that they can put them into our new B&S system.

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Black Sheep & Prodigal Sons "Raging Sea" necklace/pendant

Discussion in '2011-2017 Other' started by lgeicher, Dec 11, 2012.

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    Black Sheep & Prodigal Sons "Raging Sea" pendant. 27" black oxidized .925 silver chain with 13 connectors and 18k rose gold loop. Pendant is scrimshaw done by the artist on pre-ban (prior to 1900) vintage piano keys. The necklace comes encassed in a hollowed out bible box that bears as much attention to detail and craftsmanship as the jewelry itself. Similar pieces can be found on Occulter and are selling at $1200. Please contact me with any questions. Below is an excerpt from the Artist' website:


    Established in 2005, Black Sheep & Prodigal Sons is the work of Derrick R. Cruz. Cruz was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised on the island of Puerto Rico.

    Guided by funerary crafts, alchemical studies and primitive mythology, his varied works emerge as conceptual conduits between materialism and intuition – contemporary archetypes seeking to reconcile instinct with the exponential repercussions of modern living.

    Derrick R. Cruz is the recipient of several international honors including: winner of GEN ART’s Design Vision Award, Semi-finalist of the 2009/10 Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation Award, and Icarus Excellence in Painting Award. Exhibitions include: Spring Gallery of Brooklyn, Santa Monica Museum of Art, and Tribeca Grand Art Exhibitions. Cruz’s works have been featured in numerous publications: ArtForum; Time Magazine; The New York Times; Forbes; Interview; New York Magazine; Purple; among others.

    Cruz lives and works in Manhattan and is a faculty member at Parson’s New School for Design.



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