Exhibition Opening: 5:30pm - 7:30pm 1 June 2017
Exhibition: 2 June 2017 - 24 June 2017


The definition of a skull is the bony framework of the head, enclosing the brain and supporting the face and the image of a Skull has been used in jewellery since the first piece of jewellery was ever worn.

This exhibition has allowed Australian based jewellers and artisans to submit a piece of human skull inspired jewellery for men. Some have gone the contemporary route and have used a stylised image of the human skull. Others have gone more literal and used a more anatomically correct image of the human skull. Whichever way the jeweller has gone there is no denying that the human skull is an instantly recognisable symbol when used on jewellery for men.

 

 

Royunda 3 by Marko Radosavljevic

Eon Skull by Albert Tse

Hidden Vertex by Kym Schreiber

Skull & Feather by Marko Radosavljevic

Skulls by Philip Monk

Chipper Skull by Nerea Li Santi

Skully McSkull Face by Orion Joel

Skull Cameo by Ant Hat

Meld by Ant Hat

Skull by Ant Hat

Skull by Ant Hat

Pearl of Wisdom – MOmento Vivere by Ali Alexander

Tomb raider Artifact #1 by Brian Wood

13 Skulls by Fiona Meller

Cranium by Beth Croce

Skull by Ginkoh Jewellery

Docent by Windfall Jewellery

Orthodox by Windfall Jewellery

 

Authority by Windfall Jewellery

Ready to Die by Windfall Jewellery

Creak Head 9silver) by Kieran Stewart

Crack Head (brass) by Kieran Stewart

Decay Skull byJacqui Williams

Death & Dagger by Samantha Dennis

Enamel Skulls by Rohana Holiday

Tomb Raider Artifact #3 by Brian Wood

Tomb Raider Artifact #2 by Brian Wood