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Midweek Modness: Robert Larin Brutalist Necklace

Found this stunning Robert Larin necklace at the Value Village last week. I think this is the most impressive Larin piece that I have found to date. And at $4.99. one of the… Continue reading

Midweek Modness: Brutalist Necklace

Big, bold and brutalist

Midweek Modness: Robert Larin Brooch

Meeting other fans of modernist jewellery!

Midweek Modness: Classic Canadian Necklaces

Vidal, Larin, de Passilee-Sylvestre and Rafael: Monsters of Canadian Modernism.

Midweek Modness: Hopea

My friend Jessica sent me a link to a new, Toronto-based online jewellery shop called Hopea. Founded by Cosima Friesen, the store celebrates Canadian and Scandinavian pieces from the 1960s and 70s. The… Continue reading

Midweek Modness: Larin-esque Unsigned Pewter Necklace

I found this necklace a while back. It is unsigned, but has a very Larin-esque look to it. Here are some of signed Robert Larin pieces I have owned for comparison purposes:

Mid Week Modness: Jean-Claude Darveau Necklace

I’ve written before about the great Canadian Modernist jewellery designers such as Robert Larin, de Passill√©-Sylvestre, Guy (or Giles) Vidal and Rafael Alfandary. There’s one designer I haven’t written about before, although his… Continue reading

Mid Century Modnesday: Copper Bracelet, Robert Larin Brooch and B+D Bangle

Look at these Mod goodies I got at the Flamboro Antique Show on the weekend. First, the funky copper bracelet pictured above. In the 1950s and 1960s, studio designers and First Nations artisans… Continue reading

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