In many steps I created this complex copper pendant. First the copper needs to be hammered, cleaned, electroformed, oxidized, polished and finally clear lacquered. It looks like an ancient Greek or Roman artifact, however I just made it last year in our crazy lab in Salzburg.
Well okay, Salzburg used to be a Roman province once...
The name Tresviri is based on the triangular form of the pendant and relates to the "triumvirate", a ruling body made up of three men, a popular construct in Roman history. The most well-known triumvirate consisted of Gaius Iulius Caesar, Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus and Marcus Licinius Crassus. -> Triumvirate (Wikipedia)
|Polymer clay earrings|
Now that is a lovely material: Polymer clay for jewellery! You knead it, shape it, paint it, bake it. So many opportunities!
|The Horn Ring of the Nibelung|
Well, if Alberich would find his ring among our selection of rings is questionable at best. However, maybe you can find the ring that suits you :)
|Blue Media - our first Micarta series|
Micarta is a very interesting material made of laminated fabric or paper, using resin to create a solid piece for working.
|Ngorongoro - complex layered bracelet|
Somehow the colour combination reminds me of Africa, that's why I called it after Ngorongoro, arguably one of Africa's most beautiful spots.
|Tresviri - Copper Pendant|
Tresviri is a pendant that involved several complicated steps to make. It looks like something stolen from an ancient graveyard, but actually it is new and lovely.
|Octoblue - asymmetric collier in blue|
That is not dead which can eternal lie. And with strange aeons even death may die. Asymmetric octopus collier from R'lyeh... I mean Salzburg.
|Jewellery and snowy forest|
Aah, this time it snowed properly, so I packed up some of our jewellery and did a lovely walk through tne snowy winter forest.