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Gregoré-Headhunter Cufflinks - Moonstone and Sterling Silver-GM-CLHHSS Gregoré-Headhunter Cufflinks - Moonstone and Sterling Silver-GM-CLHHSS

Headhunter Cufflinks - Moonstone and Sterling Silver

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Gregoré-Headhunter Cufflinks - Moonstone and Sterling Silver-GM-CLHHSS Gregoré-Headhunter Cufflinks - Moonstone and Sterling Silver-GM-CLHHSS
Surely these tribal masks look fierce enough to keep the hidden moonstones safe from harm. Created in oxidized sterling silver by award winning jewelry artist Gregore’ Morin, these cufflinks are extraordinary from every angle. On the front you will find an oblong mask that is reminiscent of Oceanic Art by the native peoples of the South Pacific Islands. The satin finish mask is set on two layers of silver with open work for the eyes and a mouth. The long slender nose tapers slightly up and there are three notches cut into each side of the mask. The cuff links are a fixed, non-hinged design with three notches cut out of the post in continuation of the tribal design. The base of each post bears a marquis shape moonstone that is bezel set. The HEADHUNTER cuff links are from Gregore’s limited edition collection.

Cufflink Details

Cufflink Style: Oxidized Sterling Silver Cufflinks
Metal Type: Sterling Silver
Metal Color: Black
Metal Finish: Brushed
Oxidized
Face Dimensions: 38mm tall
10mm across
Bridge Dimensions: 15mm long
Closure Type: Stationary Closure
Artist's Collection: Headhunter
Artist's Edition: Studio Production

Moonstone Details

Number of Moonstones: 1 per Cufflink
2 total
Moonstone Color: Blue
Moonstone Shape: Navette
Cut: Marquise
Setting: Bezel Set

Artist Details

Artist's Name: Gregory Morin
Artist's Location: Santa Barbara, California, USA
Artist's Technique: Wax Cast and Hand Forged

Gregory Morin

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Gregore’ became interested in nature and design at an early age, and this lead him to an apprenticeship in goldsmithing. Gregore’ worked at some of the finest jewelry houses in Vancouver before coming to Santa Barbara to work for Silverhorn Jewelers. It was in Santa Barbara that his distinctive style was born and Gregore’ won the first of many design awards.

Gregore’ designs and fabricates all of his limited edition designs by hand using traditional tools and techniques. His work can be found in museums as well as private collections of some of the world’s most famous people, and is featured in the book "Gemstone Masters,” on the covers of JCK Magazine, AJM Magazine, and Prism Magazine.

Awards

2001 1ST place - 3RD place and "Best of Show" AGTA Spectrum Awards.

2001 Runner up, World Gold Council Design Contest.

2002 "Best of Show" AGTA Spectrum Awards.

2006 3rd place AGTA Spectrum Awards

2007 1st place and "Fashion Forward Award" AGTA Spectrum Awards

2009 1st place AGTA Spectrum Awards

2010 2nd place AGTA Spectrum Awards

2010 winner of , A.J.D.C. "New Talent Contest"

2011 1st place, 2nd place and "Fashion Forward Award" AGTA Spectrum Awards

2011 1st place MJSA Design Excellence Award

1st place MJSA Laser Distinction Award

2012 2nd place MJSA Design Excellence Award

2013 1st place , 2nd place and 3rd place, 1st place "object of art " AGTA Spectrum Awards

Media

2001 Front cover "JCK Magazine "

2002 Front cover "JCK Magazine”

Front cover "AJM Magazine”

Front cover "AGTA spectrum "poster”

2007 Front cover "JCK Magazine”

2009 Front cover "JCK Magazine”

Front cover AGTA "PRISM” Magazine




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