It's what the inside of Einstein's brain looks like in MY world, anyway. I picture it technical and mechanical, yet whimsical and beautiful. I picture it a cerebrum like no other, a one of a kind brain. It had begun to get old and weathered but it had aged gracefully and intriguingly. It was fascinating and stimulating -- and was destined to be studied by many future scientists and masterminds. Einstein can, should and undoubtedly DOES inspire ANYONE, even a jewelry maker. What a man, what a man, what a mighty, mighty good man.
Composed of a late 1800's paisley shaped former cloak buckle, 1930's gold-washed sterling rhinestone brooch, and a 1920's floral art nouveau dress clip.