Dev Bennett studied Comparative Literature at Brown University; she discovered metalworking at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.  Her studio is located just outside Boston in Somerville, MA, in the Joy Street Studios building.

Dev enjoys pieces that capture movement, either literally or as an image of flow.  The transformation of a heavy, dense thing - metal - into one that moves with the body or molds to its curves, is a challenging project.  The surprise of wearing a large, extravagant earring that moves so lightly is part of her attraction to this type of jewelry.  

  • Small Forged Crescent Necklace by Devaney Bennett - Fire Opal - 1
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    Devaney Bennett

    Small Forged Crescent Necklace by Devaney Bennett

    $110.00

    • This necklace is constructed by cutting, shaping, and drilling from a sterling silver sheet. 

      Crescent measures approx. 4” across.

      The chain is oxidized sterling silver and the necklace is oxidized brushed sterling silver with an ombre finish.

      Chain length is adjustable between 10 - 12" inches

      Handmade in Topsfield, MA



    • Dev Bennett studied Comparative Literature at Brown University; she discovered metalworking at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Her studio is located just outside Boston in Somerville, MA, in the Joy Street Studios building. Dev enjoys pieces that capture movement, either literally or as an image of flow. The transformation of a heavy, dense thing - metal - into one that moves with the body or molds to its curves, is a challenging project. The surprise of wearing a large, extravagant earring that moves so lightly is part of her attraction to this type of jewelry.
    • We are happy to accommodate special orders. Please contact us with the item you are interested in and we will get back to you.
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  • Large Forged Crescent Necklace by Devaney Bennett - Fire Opal - 1
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    Devaney Bennett

    Large Forged Crescent Necklace by Devaney Bennett

    $120.00

    • This necklace is constructed by cutting, shaping, and drilling from a sterling silver sheet. 

      Crescent measures approx. 5” across.

      The chain is oxidized sterling silver and the necklace is oxidized brushed sterling silver with an ombre finish.

      Chain length is adjustable between 11 - 14" inches

      Handmade in Topsfield, MA



    • Dev Bennett studied Comparative Literature at Brown University; she discovered metalworking at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Her studio is located just outside Boston in Somerville, MA, in the Joy Street Studios building. Dev enjoys pieces that capture movement, either literally or as an image of flow. The transformation of a heavy, dense thing - metal - into one that moves with the body or molds to its curves, is a challenging project. The surprise of wearing a large, extravagant earring that moves so lightly is part of her attraction to this type of jewelry.
    • We are happy to accommodate special orders. Please contact us with the item you are interested in and we will get back to you.
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  • Eye of Horus Earrings by Devaney Bennett - Fire Opal
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    Devaney Bennett

    Eye of Horus Earrings by Devaney Bennett

    $196.00

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    Devaney Bennett

    Eye of Horus Earrings by Devaney Bennett

    $196.00

    • These post earrings are constructed from forged, heavy gauge sterling wire that are hammer by hand in two parts, and then solder together. Devaney then  makes tiny drill holes and embellishes with tiny sterling dots. The final finishing involves oxidation and polishing.

      Measure 2.25" (not including earwire)

      Handmade in Topsfield, MA

    • Dev Bennett studied Comparative Literature at Brown University; she discovered metalworking at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Her studio is located just outside Boston in Somerville, MA, in the Joy Street Studios building. Dev enjoys pieces that capture movement, either literally or as an image of flow. The transformation of a heavy, dense thing - metal - into one that moves with the body or molds to its curves, is a challenging project. The surprise of wearing a large, extravagant earring that moves so lightly is part of her attraction to this type of jewelry.
    • We are happy to accommodate special orders. Please contact us with the item you are interested in and we will get back to you.
    Visit product page