Michael Good

Michael Good designs fine jewelry using anticlastic raising techniques. Michael has been a goldsmith and teacher since 1969, and has expanded the definition of jewelry to include sculptural forms that are a natural extension of the human form.

“Tucked away in beautiful and secluded pockets of the vast American landscape are goldsmiths whose work rivals the best the world has known. Pre-eminent among them is Michael Good, a goldsmith whose use of what he calls the anticlastic process has forced the commercial jewelry world to expand its definitons and ideas about how American jewelry should look and how it can be made.” – Ettagale Blauer