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On Our Radar Sara Thompson

FOR SARA THOMPSON, SILVER is the “Goldilocks metal.”

“I’ve worked in copper, brass, nickel, steel,” says the 22-year-old metalsmith, who is quickly becoming known not only for her jewelry, but also for her science- and math-informed vessels. “I’ve worked in high-karat gold and low-karat gold. Copper is too elastic-y, or it’s too sticky and doesn’t

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