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Process and finishing of necklaces

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Process and finishing of necklaces

Posted by satomikawai in finished Jewelry, Jewelry Process

I finished three necklaces.  The following two images are the steel sheet which has been applied pigment.

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Then, I cut out shapes, and made a pair of two panels for two pieces of necklaces.

Necklace 1:

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Necklace 1_a pair of steel sheets, applied pigment

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Necklace 1_front view with piercing holes and stetching with cotton thread

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Necklace 1_the view of its back side

Necklace 2:

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Necklace 2: a pair of steel sheet, applied pigment

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Necklace 2 front: stetching two panels together with cotton thread and glass beads

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Necklace 2 back

 

Necklace 3: using copper

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Necklace 3: etching preparation on copper sheets with Asphaltum painting

After etching copper sheet, pigment is applied. And then make a pair of panels for Necklace 3.

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Necklace 3 front view: piercing holes and stetching toether with cotton thread

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Necklace 3 back: diffrent painted pattern of etching

 

 

 

 

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