James Carter: Seductive Brilliance

Peterson, Allan
June 1994
Ornament;Summer94, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p44
The article focuses on jewelry designer James Carter of Pensacola, Florida. Carter works in high karat gold because its softness makes it perfect for the fine metalsmith. He adds that gold's intrinsic qualities as a metal of color enhance his stones and enamels. His interests also include the larger scope of metalwork as a whole.


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