Tiffany Technique Artisan Earrings .935 AG Ear Wire Indian Miniatures (#7371)
Torch fired enamel earrings with oodles of details, including Indian Miniatures decals - these could be Jodha Bai, but I am not sure. I hand cut each piece of copper, applied vitreous enamel and used a torch to create the shiny glass-like layer. The decals are fused to the glass as well. I use a torch to heat them until any remnant of paper has burned away. The entire process takes patience - too hot and everything burns, too cool and everything falls off. I like blending different mediums and styles to create one-of-a-kind jewelry. I added a border using the Tiffany stained-glass soldering technique and made my own patina for a custom color. These have been sealed with Renaissance wax. The dangles come from a variety of sources and include vintage glass beads, tribal findings, and other bits. These are for those that like a lot of texture, mixed styles, and want to make a statement. They're about 4" long and weigh about 11 grams each. I made Argentium (.935 silver) ear wires - they don't tarnish like sterling silver - yay!
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