For sale here is a RARE vintage 1970s one of a kind handmade mixed metals copper with gold and silver-plate brutalist modernist fish pendant by American metalsmith/sculptor Lee Barnes Peck of Illinois. Peck is well known for his incredible one of a kind brutalist jewelry, and he also received acclaim for his decorative objects including jewelry boxes and bowls. His work was included in the book, "Objects: USA" (1970), and in numerous exhibitions and gallery shows of the time. Along with Stanley Lechtzin, the artist was one of the foremost practitioners of electroplating as an art form of his era. This is a great example of his brutalist jewelry and objects in mixed metals! Would look great hung on a neckring, on a chain, or even on an informal black cord. The pendant is hand-fabricated in copper and electroplated with sterling silver and 14K gold dots over part of the body of the fish for contrast with the darker copper. I have two others from this fish series for sale in my store. Each are unique, one of a kind, and entirely hand-crafted! Measures 2-5/8" by 2-1/8" and weighs 22.6 grams total. Marked at back as shown, "Lee Peck". Excellent vintage condition with just fine light wear and tarnish as shown - please view the photos, read the description, and ask all questions prior to purchase. I am open to reasonable offers from serious buyers.
SUPERB Vintage 1970s Lee Barnes Peck Handmade Mixed Metals Modernist Fish PENDANT
$395 23% Off
You save $90
USPS First-Class Package Service - Retail
|Est. Sales Tax:||$0.00|
Shipping options to USA