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Dancer “Arabesque”Jewelry Display
Dancer “Arabesque”Jewelry Display
Dancer “Arabesque”Jewelry Display
Dancer “Arabesque”Jewelry Display
Lauren Mollica

Dancer “Arabesque”Jewelry Display

Regular price $95.00 $0.00 Unit price per

Creator: Lauren Mollica, Woodworker 

Company: Lauren Mollica Woodworking 

Location: Norwalk, CT


Product Description:
• One-of-a-Kind Handcrafted Jewelry Display 27” tall x 25” wide • Wall Mounted Design
• 20 earring slots and 15 posts for necklaces, bracelets, rings and additional earrings.
• Hand drawn original artwork scroll sawed from birch, basswood and oak and hand finished in a deep black-brown dye stain with red stained scroll sawed rose accent.
• Made in Norwalk, CT

 

About the Creator

Lauren Mollica creates work that blends her love of drawing, woodworking and functional design. The anchor of her work, the scroll saw, allows her to turn her original drawings and designs into three dimensional, architectural art. Her work explores the interplay between positive and negative space and she creates one-of-a-kind finishes with custom blended water-based dye stains, unique sanding techniques, hand painted accents, and hand chiseled textures and patterns. Lauren found her creative voice through woodworking; it has become the lens through which she views the world and her workshop is her sanctuary. While this creative adventure has brought her much happiness, it is, above all else, the connection that each piece makes with her customer that brings her the most joy. Her works have found homes in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Norway, France, Germany, Sweden, Turkey, Australia and Russia.
She offers a mix of ready to ship one-of-a-kinds, made to order/customizable designs and fully custom options.
Her work has been featured in “Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts” Magazine (2020), “Beads” Magazine (2010) and “Stringing” Magazine (2009). She was also a featured maker in Highland Woodworking’s “Women in Woodworking” (2020) and recently interviewed for the “Maker Mom Podcast” (2021).