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Parekareka III
Pendant, 2020
Dyed bone, sterling silver
105 x 50 x 20mm, 410 long
$1150 | ENQUIRE

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Crabby Nonsense
Pendant, 2020
Dyed bone, antler, 9ct gold, sterling silver
80 x 23 x 25mm, 380 long
$1420 | ENQUIRE

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Bat Wing
Pendant, 2020
Ebony, sterling silver
95 x 42 x 10mm, 450mm cord

$1005 | ENQUIRE

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Bat Wing
Pendant, 2020
Ebony, sterling silver
95 x 42 x 10mm, 450mm cord
$1005 | ENQUIRE

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Pant Hoot II
Brooch, 2020
Ebony, sterling silver, marcasite, onyx
45 x 30 x 15mm
$1580 | ENQUIRE

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Puss Paw
Pendant, 2019
Ebony, stg silver
45 x 35 x 20mm, cord length 450 (adjustable)
$1085 | ENQUIRE

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Puss Paw
Pendant, 2019
Ebony, stg silver
45 x 35 x 20mm, cord length 450 (adjustable)
$1085 | ENQUIRE

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Pup Paw
Pendant, 2019
Hollywood, sterling silver
$1100 | ENQUIRE

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No Evil

Brooch, 2019
Lignum vitae, sterling silver, synthetic emerald
57 x 50 x 16mm
$1300 | ENQUIRE

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Proboscis Problems 1, 2, 3
Brooch, 2019
Mother of pearl, fresh water pearl, spessarite garnet, sterling silver, 18ct
Largest available. 40 x 47 x 20mm
$1200 | ENQUIRE

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Wild Horses

Brooch, 2019
Ebony, sterling silver
57 x 76 x 14mm
$1400 | ENQUIRE

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Dark Mirror
Ring
Sterling silver, ebony
$450 | ENQUIRE

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Au
Ring
Sterling silver, 18ct gold
$1085 | ENQUIRE

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Batcombo
Pendant/comb, 2019
Ebony, oxidised sterling silver
105 x 58 x 8mm
$850 | SOLD

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Words
Brooch, 2019
Sterling silver
77 x 37 x 11mm
$1100 | ENQUIRE

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The Finger
 (Gorilla)
Pendant, 2018
Lignum vitae, sterling silver
76 x 28 x 27mm, 370mm long
$1400 | ENQUIRE

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Rung (Ring-tailed Lemur)
Pendant, 2019
Bone, dye, sterling silver
90 x 26 x 17mm, chain 360mm
$800 | SOLD

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Sing Song
 (Beluga whale)
Brooch, 2019
Paua, bovine bone, sterling silver sapphires, onyx
68 x 59 x 22mm
$1,600 | ENQUIRE

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Cow Leuchterwiebchen
Brooch, 2012
Mother of pearl, 18ct gold, peridot, stg silver
$2085 | ENQUIRE

Jane Dodd

Much of Jane Dodd’s current work is inspired by European decorative traditions and the cultures from which they sprang. Gothic combinations of sculpted animal and human forms, horn and antler shapes, and heraldic devices, suggest myth, folklore and fairy tales; concerns identifiable in Dodd’s work for some time. However the mix of materials, especially the use of wood, shell, stone and pearl, is new to her work and has pushed it in innovative directions.

‘I work in a largely figurative style, negotiating a few separate but over-lapping lines of enquiry. Often my work has a story telling aspect. I consider myself a metal smith but have recently used wood, shell and stone to bring more scale, texture, colour and plasticity to my work.’

 

Jane Dodd was born in Dunedin, New Zealand, in 1962. She has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Otago and studied jewellery at Unitec, Auckland, graduating in 1994 with a Diploma in Design. After 15 years at Workshop 6, a shared jewellery workshop in Auckland, Jane has recently returned to live in her home town.

Since the early ‘90s Jane has exhibited widely in solo and group exhibitions in New Zealand and internationally and her work is held in Te Papa Tongarewa : Museum of New Zealand, The Dowse, Hawkes Bay Museum as well as many private collections. Her work recently featured in the exhibition Wunderruma, which travelled to Munich, Germany, and The Dowse, Lower Hutt.

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