Fort Makers is an artists collective that makes functional and interactive art, from large-scale public installations to fashion and home products. Each piece reflects the unique hand of the artist and the energy and inspiration of the group. Its vast array of objects reflects its overall goal: to create a three-dimensional and cohesive visual world.
Edwardian rhodium bracelet in a highly-articulated geometric design
pavé set with hundreds of clear round paste stones, presenting a central fancy-cut hexagonal clear stone. Circa 1915. Hidden reverse-tongue clasp.
1940s Wells sterling and 12K gold bracelet in
a figure-eight link design presenting silver rosebuds alternating with gold leaves. In original leatherette box lined with white satin and green velvet. Signed "Wells 1/20 12KT GF" and "W" in top hat ...