Oneota Primitives Stone & Copper Necklace
John Steven studied with Marguerite Wildenhain in 1975 and 1976.
John Steven Kjome's "Oneota Primitives" jewelry is made from his beach pebble pickings on the Upper Iowa river (Oneota), combined with hand forged copper, African glass beads, and leather lace. The stones are river tumbled limestone and other materials that are 450-500 million years old (Ordovician).
Sales tax will apply as required by law. Winning bidder can pick up their item at Sunset Dinner or the Stewards Office after the event.
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