18K gold, black tahitian pearl, diamonds
Gift of Marjorie and Warren McCullough in memory of Joseph and Elizabeth McCullough 2013.73
James Mazurkewicz was the chief designer and goldsmith at the Cleveland jewelry firm Potter and Mellen.
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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