Linda Lurcott respects the creative process of metal smithing. She inherited a passion for metal smithing from her great grandparents along with some tools of the trade.
Linda enjoys metal forming techniques that sculpt organic shapes and create interesting textures in bronze, copper, silver, gold or iron. She may then set with a stone or element.
Some of her designs contain historical materials such as pieces of antique stained glass and nails salvaged from a 19th century church that burned down in 2006. Linda also designs jewelry from antique sterling silver spoons and other interesting salvaged materials.
Linda Lurcott Fragale has studied with several master goldsmiths and is an active member of The Pennsylvania Society of Goldsmiths and the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen.