and Ruddell Lasconsello specialize in overlay inlay. Nancy learned
from her father, Jacob Haloo, starting in 1972. Ruddell started
out as a painter, and began making jewelry in 1977 after Nancy taught
him the craft. She does the inlay, and he does the silverwork and
etching on their collaborative pieces. Nancy's sister is Dolly Banteah.
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