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Robin Mollicone

Black Pin

Robin Mollicone

Black Pin

Price: $166

Tiny antique glass seed beads date from the 1800s and are woven with a peyote stitch. Black-plated steel pin. Unisex. Approximately 2.75" long.

Black Multi Pin

Robin Mollicone

Black Multi Pin

Price: $166

Tiny antique glass seed beads date from the 1800s and are woven with a peyote stitch. Black-plated steel pin. Unisex. Approximately 2.75" long.

Black/White Dot Pin

Robin Mollicone

Black/White Dot Pin

Price: $166

Tiny antique glass seed beads date from the 1800s and are woven with a peyote stitch. Black-plated steel pin. Unisex. Approximately 2.75" long.

White/Black Dot Pin

Robin Mollicone

White/Black Dot Pin

Price: $166

Tiny antique glass seed beads date from the 1800s and are woven with a peyote stitch. Black-plated steel pin. Unisex. Approximately 2.75" long.

Green Pin

Robin Mollicone

Green Pin

Price: $166

Tiny antique glass seed beads date from the 1800s and are woven with a peyote stitch. Gold-plated steel pin. Unisex. Approximately 2.75" long.

White Stripe Pin

Robin Mollicone

White Stripe Pin

Price: $166

Tiny antique glass seed beads date from the 1800s and are woven with a peyote stitch. Gold-plated steel pin. Unisex. Approximately 2.75" long.

Chelsea Brooch, Black

Robin Mollicone

Chelsea Brooch, Black

Price: $356

The elements are black varasite, kid skin, calf skin. The tiny antique glass seed beads date from the 1800s and are woven with a peyote stitch. Black-plated steel pin. Unisex.

Dimensions:
Pin = 2.75" wide
Stone = 1.5" wide
Brooch = 2.5" long

Smoky Quartz Pin

Robin Mollicone

Smoky Quartz Pin

Price: $333

The elements are varsity stone, smoky quartz, kid skin, calf skin. The tiny antique glass seed beads date from the 1800s and are woven with a peyote stitch. Gold-plated brass pin. Unisex.

Dimensions:
Pin = 3" wide
Stone = 1.5" wide
Brooch = 3.5" long

Robin Mollicone (NY) uses all-natural, untreated and undyed stones in her design work. The beads date to the 1800s, primarily from long-held personal collections. She uses an off-loom weave and peyote stitch with one thread, and one needle, to create her tubular and circle forms. It's a combining of ancient, antique, and contemporary exuberance.