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Small Voluptuous Crescent Earrings – Momoko Hatano

Thirteenth Eve


Wax casting, wherein a maker hand carves a piece of jewellery from wax and then casts said object in precious metal, is notoriously difficult, problem-ridden and expensive.  This is why so many designers avoid it at all costs – including, until recently, Sydney’s Momoko Hatano.  But as it’s the only way to achieve a smooth, moonish crescent, Momoko embraced it.  And some.



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Momoko Hatano

After graduating from COFA with a major in drawing and painting, Momoko Hatano landed a job at Dinosaur Designs – despite having only dabbled in the medium at art school.  She was hired on the back of her drawing talent, and eventually rose to become head of silver for the jewellery department. Momoko is now only working on her own project and is firmly in the spotlight, and her pieces are elegant and quietly fierce - sometimes simultaneously. So is she.  Meet her in our journal.


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