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Jewelry designer Arthur Koby at the KSU Museum Thursday, where his work will be on display for the next 11 months. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
A necklace made by arthur Koby that will be featured starting Friday in the KSU Fashion museum featuring red scallop shell, metal piece from a french lapshade, resin and stone beads.
Jewelry designer Arthur Koby (right) shows some of his newest designs at the Kent State University Museum to student curatorial assistant Vanessa Port (left) and museum curator Sara Hume on Thursday, in Kent. Koby's work will be on display at the museum for the next 11 months. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
A necklace made by arthur Koby that will be featured starting Friday in the KSU Fashion museum that features yellow shells, silver filagree, clear crystals, milagros (religious folk charms from Greece and the Far east.)