Comet of the Millennium Brooch

Comet of the Millennium Brooch

2000

maker

James Mazurkewicz

(American, 1943-)

retailer

Potter and Mellen, Inc.

(American)

18K gold, black tahitian pearl, diamonds

Gift of Marjorie and Warren McCullough in memory of Joseph and Elizabeth McCullough 2013.73

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James Mazurkewicz was the chief designer and goldsmith at the Cleveland jewelry firm Potter and Mellen.

Description

To mark the year 2000, James Mazurkewicz, the sculptor of this brooch created a work featuring a dark Tahitian pearl comet rocketing toward Earth in a blaze of gold and diamonds representing its fiery descent through orbit.

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