Ann Ong has made jewelry using her French Bulldog’s head as model. She used to make really large dog heads for bag closures, but now she wants to make jewelry of different dogs and other animals as well, attuned to her sustainability theme and love for animals. It was a humid afternoon the day we went to visit Ann Ong, but she looked cool as a cucumber as she fussed over how Bob, her 11-year-old French bulldog, was feeling. “My dogs complete my day,” says the award-winning jewelry designer and dog lover. “We live in a different world when we work. But at the end of the day my dogs — Bob, a French Bulldog in particular — are my security blankets.” Ong, whose bold, nature-inspired jewelry designs have distinguished her here and abroad, was her own best advertisement as she wore a handcrafted dog pendant that did not escape my eye. “When you create a brand you have to be glamorous and be with high society to sell, but at the end of the day my other soul is very simple,” Ong said. “I stay home most days and I watch over Bob, who suffered a seizure recently.” Bob… Read full this story
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