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Shakudo, Shibuichi and Sterling Silver Necklace

425.00
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Shakudo, Shibuichi and Sterling Silver Necklace

425.00

Necklace set in metals of shakudo, shibuichi and sterling silver. The pendant measures approximately 1.2” long and 3.75” width. Necklace has an integrated chain measuring to 31.75” in length.

This necklace is a fine, heavyweight, incredibly unique piece of art, comfortable to wear.

Mokume Gane, translating loosely to wood-grain metal, is a Japanese metalworking technique used to produce beautiful and unique layered and laminated metal patterns.

Shakudo is a beautiful copper (90-96%) and gold (4-10%) alloy which can be induced to a beautiful black and indigo color by a special patina treatment known as Rokusho.

Shibuichi, meaning "one-fourth" on Japanese, represents an alloy that is generally one part silver, and three parts copper, though the formula in percentages may vary.  Shibuichi can be treated- much like Shakudo- by a Rokusho patina treatment to create blue and green tones.

Handcrafted jewelry made here in Sisters, Oregon

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Necklace set in metals of shakudo, shibuichi and sterling silver. The pendant measures approximately 1.2” long and 3.75” width. Necklace has an integrated chain measuring to 31.75” in length.

This necklace is a fine, heavyweight, incredibly unique piece of art, comfortable to wear.

Mokume Gane, translating loosely to wood-grain metal, is a Japanese metalworking technique used to produce beautiful and unique layered and laminated metal patterns.

Shakudo is a beautiful copper (90-96%) and gold (4-10%) alloy which can be induced to a beautiful black and indigo color by a special patina treatment known as Rokusho.

Shibuichi, meaning "one-fourth" on Japanese, represents an alloy that is generally one part silver, and three parts copper, though the formula in percentages may vary.  Shibuichi can be treated- much like Shakudo- by a Rokusho patina treatment to create blue and green tones.

Handcrafted jewelry made here in Sisters, Oregon