Mid 20th century enamel on copper earrings by James Lanham; each is about 1-1/2" x 3/4"; screwbacks; fine condition; inscribed: "Lanham."

James S. Lanham was Head Professor of Accounting at the University of Florida.  He studied architecture at the University of Texas and art at the University of Florida.  He usually used copper and silver for metal parts of his designs with settings of hand polished semi-precious stones, shells, various woods, and ivory.  He designed and made jewelry for "fun" and had few inhibitions as to materials. He exhibited at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis in 1955.

$125.00 (item #M0161)