Siemon & Salazar

Mokume Inciso Chaparro
14"T x 6"W These rare works of art are formed in many stages and layers. They draw inspiration from textile patterns and microscopic systems. Traditional methods of Muranese cane making and finish carving techniques are used. Folded cane made of s...
Mokume Inciso Chaparro
14"T x 6.5"W These rare works of art are formed in many stages and layers. They draw inspiration from textile patterns and microscopic systems. Traditional methods of Muranese cane making and finish carving techniques are used. Folded cane made of...
Mokume Inciso Ocean
14"T x 8"W These rare works of art are formed in many stages and layers. They draw inspiration from textile patterns and microscopic systems. Traditional methods of Muranese cane making and finish carving techniques are used. Folded cane made of s...
Mokume Battuto Earthtone
11"T x 6"W These rare works of art are formed in many stages and layers. They draw inspiration from textile patterns and microscopic systems. Traditional methods of Muranese cane making and finish carving techniques are used. Folded cane made of s...
Mokume Battuto Earthtone
14"T x 5.5"W These rare works of art are formed in many stages and layers. They draw inspiration from textile patterns and microscopic systems. Traditional methods of Muranese cane making and finish carving techniques are used. Folded cane made of...
Mokume Battuto Earthtone
10"T x 10"W These rare works of art are formed in many stages and layers. They draw inspiration from textile patterns and microscopic systems. Traditional methods of Muranese cane making and finish carving techniques are used. Folded cane made of ...
Mokume Battuto Snakeskin
11"T x 6’W These rare works of art are formed in many stages and layers. They draw inspiration from textile patterns and microscopic systems. Traditional methods of Muranese cane making and finish carving techniques are used. Folded cane made of s...
Inciso Bronze / Lime Green
12"T x 8"W These rare works of art use the traditional Italian technique of inciso. The name inciso refers to the linear engraving process used to carve the glass. These pieces are blown using two solid transparent colors overlaying one another. O...