Australian fine jewelry designer, Lisa Black will make her U.S. debut at the Terra Firma Gallery, 452 First St. E. in Sonoma on Saturday, Nov. 23, and Sunday, Nov. 24, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Black will exhibit her stunning collection of fine jewelry and tell her life experiences and stories of travels and archaeological excursions that inspired her pieces.
The Australian fine jewelry designer gives new life to historic artifacts and tribal relics. Unique fusions of antiquity and modern elegance, Black’s designs are a luxurious mix of cultures, ages and raw materials. This unique line of rare and precious ornaments stand out for its fine craftsmanship, high level of design, and as a showcase of valuable remnants from a disappearing world.
Black will also unveil her new Tribal Horn collection. The Tribal Horn collection features jewelry made from cow horn and 22K gold. Each piece is handcrafted with rubies, pearls and other precious stone embellishments.
The Terra Firma Gallery is known for exhibitions of exotic artifacts and historical antiques. The gallery displays Shona stones and a large collection of pearl and diamond jewelry. For details, see terrafirmagallery.com.