By Cynthia Eid



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Cup for Elijah. This cup seems to defy gravity, but what could be more appropriate for a goblet named for a prophet capable of performing miracles? Featured in books Judaic Artisans Today and 500 Judaica.

Metal/precious, Mixed Media (Pewter)

3.5 x 2.5 x 8.5 inches

About the artist

Whether using hammers and stakes or hydraulic press tools, Cynthia's sculptural jewelry and hollowware show her focus on exploring the fluidity with which metal can be moved, formed, and joined. Cynthia Eid co-authored the book "Creative Metal Forming" with Betty Helen Longhi, published in 2013 by Brynmorgen Press. Cynthia Eid's metalwork has won awards for creativity and design, been featured in many publications, and been exhibited internationally. With a BS in Art Education and MFA in Jewelry, Design, and Silversmithing, she has previously worked as a bench jeweler for fine goldsmiths, a model-maker in a gold jewelry factory, and on private commissions. Her work is in museums in the US and UK. Currently an independent metalsmith and educator, she has taught in the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia....Read MoreRead Less

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