Silver fish brooch with opalised ammonite
Silver fish brooch with opalised ammonite. Unique piece.
Bijoux de créateur et faits-main
Bijoux en argent pur (950/1000)
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Modern brooch from the "Légendes de Bourgogne du Sud" collection
Is a very large sturgeon with growths on its back going up once a year the Rhone, up to the source of the Saone to reproduce.
The people with the scale on his forehead no longer feared leprosy and plague.
This legendary jewel, 5.5 cm high by 6 cm wide and 23.30gr total weight, is decorated with a 2 cm by 1.5 cm opalised Madagascar ammonite triangle and is unique in solid silver (950/1000 with state stamp).
The clasp of the spindle is a silver ball joint, the needle is made of steel.
Ammonites form an extinct subclass of cephalopod molluscs.
With a hardness of 6 on the Mohs scale.
This designer's jewel was forged by hand by Galadrielle's workshop, a jewellery craftsman, and to shape this original creation, the jeweller first made sketches and drawings before assembling silver plates and wires that were cut and then welded together. To make the jewel precious and shiny, it has been completely polished by hand.
Due to the difference in light and screen settings, the color of the stone may be slightly different from the images.
Art creation made in South Burgundy from Galadrielle's workshop.
- Fine stone