This handmade tassel necklace comes from the Brooklyn, New York studio of Laura Anderson Barbata. Born in Mexico City and based in New York, Laura Anderson Barbata was an Artist-in-Residence at the Gardner in 2016. During her residency, Barbata explored her passion for fabrics and textiles, producing a series of dresses, skirts, scarves, and necklaces inspired by the elaborate patterns seen on the walls of the Raphael Room and her project, Intervention: Raphael Red.
The 29-inch adjustable necklace is made of black cotton and features one elaborate handmade tassels, evocative of the many tassels seen throughout the Museum. Wear the necklace long, or double it up for a layered effect. This design was crafted exclusively for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Measures 29"L (adjustable)
Materials: cotton and suede chord
Made in Brooklyn, New York exclusively for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum