Adjustable necklace in golden tin

J.Boetsch Création

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€112
This adjustable gold necklace is made of pewter. The hammered parts are matte, the openwork parts are brilliant in order to give it cont ...
  • Material : Tin
  • Color : Golden
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Adjustable necklace in golden tin

J.Boetsch Création

€112

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

This adjustable gold necklace is made of pewter. The hammered parts are matte, the openwork parts are brilliant to give it contrast. Its contemporary style and clean lines make it a must-have model in our collection. Like all our necklaces, it has a system of adjustment and is previously formed on bust for an optimal comfort.

  • Type precision : Vase Soliflore Face
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Adjustable : Yes
  • Length (cm) : 47
  • Stone : Hematite
  • Type : Necklace

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Adjustable gold pewter necklace by electrolysis.

In the digital era, I want to (re) discover some printing processes from the beginning of the history of photography. Offering a wide choice of tones (cyan blue, Prussian blue, brown, sepia, purple, purple, gray, gold ...), on glass, paper or metal, these techniques are a treasure to share. The ones I cover were used between 1839 and 1940. My photographs are numbered, signed and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity (prints limited to 30 or 40 copies, all processes and all formats). The photographic prints are handmade in my workshop "Albumine & Collodion" in Brittany. By the processes themselves, each image is unique.

Like all our models, this necklace is made in limited series in our workshop. All our jewels are packed in a satin pouch to protect them.

Craftsman

Artisan for more than thirty years, my activity consists in the creation and manufacture of high-end fantasy jewels. The method used to make jewelry is to give free rein to my imagination to draw and create handmade models that I then reproduce in tin limited series. The raw models are then subjected to surface treatment. By electrolysis, the pieces are initially covered with a layer of copper followed by a gold or silver treatment. According to the models, to emphasize the reliefs or "to age" the jewels, I add a patina, or make oxidations to obtain the desired aspect. The creation of jewelry is done in several stages, all of which correspond to skills that I acquired as an autodidact throughout my career.