Manhattan-based jewelry designer and artist, Jill Platner, has debuted her new exhibition of large-scale copper, bronze and steel sculptures at her New York store. Though this is the first time Platner has collectively shown her sculptures, they were originally conceptualized years ago when she first began making jewelry, which she has always considered to be […]
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