Nadine Spier, Untitled, 2012, 9″ x 5″ (The centre of this piece I found at a funky rock show in the middle of the desert, Quartzsite, Arizona. The vendor put turquoise nuggets in a metal container with copper and melted the copper. The copper then filled in the empty spaces between the turquoise nuggets. It was then cooled and cut into cabochons).

Nadine Spier, Untitled, 2012, 9" x 5" (The centre of this piece I found at a funky rock show in the middle of the desert, Quartzsite, Arizona. The vendor put turquoise nuggets in a metal container with copper and melted the copper. The copper then filled in the empty spaces between the turquoise nuggets. It was then cooled and cut into cabochons).

Nadine Spier, Untitled, 2012, 9″ x 5″ (The centre of this piece I found at a funky rock show in the middle of the desert, Quartzsite, Arizona. The vendor put turquoise nuggets in a metal container with copper and melted the copper. The copper then filled in the empty spaces between the turquoise nuggets. It was then cooled and cut into cabochons).

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