Many of my Wearable Sculptures have been sold. I love to see them go to good homes, but I miss them. Here are a few favorites:
Rocket Ship brooch: This wearable sculpture brooch is made of pewter, brass, bronze, copper and sterling silver with a nickel silver bar pin back. It is 3 1/2 inches tall. Its frame is 10 3/8 x 6 5/8 inches.
This sculpture is interactive, the sterling silver bead work at the bottom of the engine turns.
“Efficiency Enterprises” airship
Efficiency Enterprises Airship wearable sculpture is 3 1/4 inches long. It comes with a frame that is 8 3/4 inches long. This sculpture is pewter, brass and copper with a nickel silver pinback. This sculpture is interactive, its two propellers spin.
Rocket Ship “Gear Drive”
This is a framed, wearable sculpture brooch. It is made of pewter, brass, copper and nickel silver. It is interactive, the two gears turn. The brooch is 3 1/4 inch tall. The frame is 8 1/2 inch tall.
Earl of Henderson airship
The Earl of Henderson airship wearable sculpture is almost 2 inches long. It comes with a frame that is 7 1/4 inch long. This sculpture is pewter, brass and nickel silver. It is interactive, the propeller spins.
Sometimes I find it amusing to imagine myself as a member of the nobility … and muse about just what I might want in the way of a pleasure craft. This sculpture represents just such a musing.
small Rocket Ship w/ruby
This small Rocket Ship brooch with ruby is a scant 1 1/8 inch tall. Its fins are sterling silver and its body is brass with a genuine ruby. Its frame is 7 x 5 inches. This is a variation on my small rocket tac pins which are available at my Etsy store: www.AllPropellersSpin.com .
The Buccaneer II airship
The Buccaneer II wearable sculpture is 2 1/4 inches long. It comes with a frame that is 7 1/4 inches long. This sculpture is pewter, brass (including 4 brass machine screws) with a nickel silver pinback. This sculpture is interactive, it has 4 moving parts. The cannon moves up and down, the cannon mount moves forward to starboard, the flag “waives” and the propeller spins. This little sculpture is a flight of fancy. Imagine being a buccaneer flying the skies in a steampowered airship, defending yourself with a powerful cannon and flying the Jolly Rodger as you go!
Rocket Ship “Diamond” Drive