Cloisonné Seema Lilias by Merry-Lee Rae

$3,200.00

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Seema Lilias

32mm Seema Lilias Face Cloisonné watch face, completely hand done by Merry-Lee Rae with 24K gold wirework.

Only one available.

Seema Lilias may mean the Face of Lily but as tradition in Scotland, Lilias can also be known as witch and Seema means Listening in Gaelic. The Listening Witch. At one time, witches were feared and persecuted. Not so these days as witches are healers and seers. They answer to a higher power and sow brightness in the world. Be reminded of your power and illumination each time you check your wrist.


Specifications:

  • 32mm 316L hypoallergenic stainless steel case
  • Sapphire Crystal
  • Swiss Quartz Movement 
  • Water Resistant to 30M
  • Lifetime Warranty for time keeping integrity
  • 14mm leather band or metal bracelet


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Merry-Lee Rae is the two time winner of the Saul Bell Design Award for Enamels and winner of the MJSA Vision Award for Enamel Distinction.

She began making jewelry as a teenager and her fascination with enamels and precious metals has been her lifelong passion. Her formal education was in mathematics and she fully intended to pursue a respectable career in Silicon Valley but as luck would have it, Merry-Lee got too busy doing what she loved and never had time to go to work. Instead, she found herself participating in the American Craft Council shows including Rhinebeck, Baltimore, West Springfield and San Francisco. She also participated in JCK Las Vegas in the Design Center.

Cloisonné enameling has been her focus since 1976. She has honed her craft with the enthusiasm of an artist and the intensity of a mathematician creating works of intricate detail fusing glass on metal. She is guilty of thoroughly enjoying her work.

"I see myself as a dedicated romantic, expressing love of life through my art. Using glass and gold, I create sunshine shouts of joy or murmurs of quiet remoteness. The resulting cloisonné jewelry is my voice. What really matters are the people who are touched by it in some way.”

You can read more about Merry-Lee here.