Swedish coin "50 öre" copper - Necklace

Swedish coin "50 öre" copper - Necklace

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Description: Handmade pendant with a old swedish coin "50 öre". The coin is no longer valid so I wanted to find a new use for the beautiful coins. The coin is cured in crystal clear resin in a oval shape.

Material: Resin, coin, soldered nickel free chain.

Color: Copper

Creating process: The coin is cleaned and polished. Step 2 is casting the resin over the coin in a oval silicone mould. After curing for 6-7 days the pendant is sanded and polished in multiple grades and then recoated with resin for a smooth, shiny finish.

Packaging: The necklace is sent in a nice jewellery giftbag

Note: The chain is included in the price, please leave a message if you wish to receive it in another length. The necklace is handmade and small imperfections may occur due to the handmade process.

$38.40

Description: Handmade pendant with a old swedish coin "50 öre". The coin is no longer valid so I wanted to find a new use for the beautiful coins. The coin is cured in crystal clear resin in a oval shape.

Material: Resin, coin, soldered nickel free chain.

Color: Copper

Creating process: The coin is cleaned and polished. Step 2 is casting the resin over the coin in a oval silicone mould. After curing for 6-7 days the pendant is sanded and polished in multiple grades and then recoated with resin for a smooth, shiny finish.

Packaging: The necklace is sent in a nice jewellery giftbag

Note: The chain is included in the price, please leave a message if you wish to receive it in another length. The necklace is handmade and small imperfections may occur due to the handmade process.

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Product size: The pendant measures about 2,5cm. The necklace chain is about 50cm long.

Delivery time: 10-14

Availability: Only 1 left

Swedish coin "50 öre" copper - Necklace

by: Celine Strömbäck

Celine Strombäck is a product design student at Beckmans Collage of design in Stockholm, Sweden. She is inspired by objects she finds, patterns and details in her surroundings as well as new and interesting materials. Celine creates her jewellery pieces with mainly recycled components. Often from computers and servers which has been outdated but instead of being thrown away can be used for jewellery. The components are cast into epoxy resin, a transparent glas-like material. The most important thing with a piece of jewellery is that it is interesting, has personality and creates curiosity.

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