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An assortment of Considine’s jewelry. The necklace on the left is from Considine’s first collection, and it’s representative of the work that’s followed as well — a dyed silk cord hung with brass components that were cast from found pieces of metal. Behind the necklace is one of the miniature chairs Considine often makes from Champagne tops as a party trick. On the right are two of Considine’s newer pieces also made from cotton silk, naturally dyed and woven through or around brass components.