Nyhus Design Glasswear

Kennedy, Sylvia S. J.
November 1985
Ornament;Winter85, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p12
This article profiles Jane Nyhus, a jeweler who uses glass techniques to create jewelry. Nyhus first started working with glass after she met architectural glass worker Michael Kennedy, owner of The Old Time Glass Parlour. Her line of hand-crafted glass jewelry is show-cased at Nyhus Design Glasswear in Seattle, Washington.


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