Cynthia Eid

Twig Triad

Artist bio: Whether using hammers or a hydraulic press, Cynthia’s sculptural jewelry and hollowware shows her focus on exploring the fluidity with which metal can be formed and joined. Cynthia co-authored the book Creative Metal Forming with Betty Helen Longhi. Having worked with Argentium Silver since 1999, Eid’s participation in the development of AS has brought her recognition as a Pioneer by Argentium International, Ltd.  Working with Bonny Doon and Knew Concepts to develop tools for jewelers, Lee Marshall dubbed Cynthia Eid “Godmother of the Knew Concept Saws” since it was her idea for him to produce these saws for jewelers.

With an MFA in Jewelry, Design, and Silversmithing, she has previously worked as a bench jeweler for fine goldsmiths, a model-maker in a gold jewelry factory, and on private commissions.  Her work is in museums in the US and UK. Currently an independent metalsmith and educator, she teaches workshops and short courses in the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia.


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Materials: Argentium Silver, Fine Silver, Alaskan Gold Nuggets, Boulder Opal, Enamel with Gold Foil, Blue Stain with lacquer

Dimensions: 4 ½” x 3” x ½”

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$2,600.00

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Artist bio: Whether using hammers or a hydraulic press, Cynthia’s sculptural jewelry and hollowware shows her focus on exploring the fluidity with which metal can be formed and joined. Cynthia co-authored the book Creative Metal Forming with Betty Helen Longhi. Having worked with Argentium Silver since 1999, Eid’s participation in the development of AS has brought her recognition as a Pioneer by Argentium International, Ltd.  Working with Bonny Doon and Knew Concepts to develop tools for jewelers, Lee Marshall dubbed Cynthia Eid “Godmother of the Knew Concept Saws” since it was her idea for him to produce these saws for jewelers.

With an MFA in Jewelry, Design, and Silversmithing, she has previously worked as a bench jeweler for fine goldsmiths, a model-maker in a gold jewelry factory, and on private commissions.  Her work is in museums in the US and UK. Currently an independent metalsmith and educator, she teaches workshops and short courses in the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia.

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