This Etruscan piece project was very fun and meditative. Weaving each fine silver wires, stretching them and constructing was very satisfying. The angular main body is hollow fabricated and is movable as bolo tie/necklace. On the center I have tension-set peridots and cubic zircons to high light the piece. There's a locking clasp on the back.
Untitled (Etruscan style) 2009

http://metalbakery.blogspot.com/2012/08/4etruscan-chain-bolo.html

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