Vintage Ola M Gorie Omg Celtic Scottish Amethyst Tulip Flowers Sterling Silver Brooch Pin
|Hallmark:||OMG ST. SIL.|
|Length ( inches / mm ):||1.19 / 30.3|
|Width ( inches / mm ):||0.72 / 18.3|
|Weight ( gram ):||4.6|
Ola M. Gorie is one of Britain's most important jewelry designers of recent times. She was born and still lives in the Orkney Islands. Orkney is an archipelago off the north coast of Scotland. Rich in Norse and Celtic heritage, Orkney didn't always belong to the UK. In 1468, Christian 1, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, gave Orkney to Scotland as a marriage dowry between his daughter, Margaret and King James 111.
Ola graduated from Gray’s School of Art in 1960, as their first jewelry graduate. She was a jewelry pioneer in the 1960s, and explored her Celtic and Norse heritage to find inspiration for stylish, wearable, modern jewelry that would withstand time. Her designs have continued to break new ground, and influence a generation of designers.
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