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To process a payment or donation simply click on the 'SPONSOR ME' button, found in the right hand column just below the thumbnails of all the auction pieces, to be taken to the official Red Cross donations webpage created specifically for the Lucky Charm Fundraiser.

This is a secure online payment method devised by the Red Cross to process and track fundraising donations.

At the Red Cross Donation page, click on the DONATE NOW button to fill out a payment form, placing your winning bid amount in the box provided.
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I would like to have all payments processed with 3-4 working days (by Wed 27th April), so that postage of works can be arranged and finalised promptly. If you have difficulty in making this deadline, please email me to discuss. Any items left unpaid for and undiscussed after this time will be offered to the next bidder.

Many thanks again and please do not hesitate in contacting me if you have any further queries.

Cheers,
Natalia

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Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Caz Guiney - FLOWER PIN


























You are bidding on a little bit of pure sunshine. This golden flower pin comes from the bench of well established Melbourne contemporary jeweller Caz Guiney.

Title: ‘Flower Pin’
Materials: 18ct yellow gold, centre piece cast from plastic pendant found in Elizabeth St, hanging piece cast from rock found in Swanston St.Dimensions: 10mm Wide x35mm Long
Photographer Terence Bogue

This pin is from a body of work titled “Precious Nothing’ that was exhibited at Craft Victoria in 2008.

Caz Guiney is a Melbourne based jeweller whose practice engages with public space via gathering evidence; collecting, taking moulds and producing jewellery in response.
She completed a Bachelor of Art in Jewellery and Metalsmithing at Monash University in 1995 and since 1997 has exhibited throughout Australia and in Japan, Korea, Germany, Chile, New Zealand and USA.
Caz has been the recipient of two New Work Grants from Visual Art & Crafts Board of the Australia Council (2001 and 2005) and an Arts Development Grant – Creation from Arts Victoria (2006).
She has held 3 solo exhibitions: Ordinary... Orthodox... Absurd...(1998), Cityring (2003) and Precious Nothing (2008).
As well as making jewellery Caz investigates alternative sites for placing/exhibiting jewellery in and around the CBD and most recently in her local suburb. Caz also teaches in the Visual Arts Department and the Jewellery Department at NMIT, Melbourne . http://cazguiney.com/

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  1. BIDDING CLOSES 21 APRIL, 11PM, 2011.

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