Precious Metal




Paulette Werger of Lebanon uses age-old techniques to create modern manifestations in silver and gold. The organic shapes of spoons and surface patterns of jewelry and vessels are her stylizations, inspired by nature. Werger, a League of N.H. Craftsmen member since 1998, currently works from her studio in the AVA Gallery in Lebanon. Her jewelry has won “Best in Show” at the annual League fair, and her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. — Susan Laughlin Paulette Werger, Metalpeople East, AVA studio building, 11 Bank Street, Lebanon, (603) 448-5484
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