Necklace – Balance – Silver 925 Chain
Current necklace is a piece from Water on Sand jewelry collection.
Ceramic necklace is framed with a 60 cm long silver 925 chain, produced in Italy. Size of the necklace is approximately 6 cm.
Each piece is handcrafted individually and is unrepeatable in the exact shape and color it has. Therefore, each piece will show slight variation. You could see some of the possible color variations on the last image.
In order to create it, we put clay through a 3-week process of refinement, which included shaping, drying, rough firing, multiple glazing, second firing and polishing. Made to order in Berlin.
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Water on Sand is a line of ceramic necklaces, which reflect the sensation of sea waves covering the sandy shore. It´s aiming to record and express the moment of interaction between the nature and yourself, which culminates in inner awareness of peace and self-acceptance.
The natural motion and power of the deep ocean water feels appropriated by human body and sole in the safety of stepping feet into mild shore waves. This moment of relief from rushing and loaded everyday life is fleeting. Water on Sand visualizes this moment and expresses it into something tangible, which aims to make it last. It aims to give our inner universes a point of reference, a kind of amulet, which would remind us to feel the sensation of sea floating over the sand whenever we lose connection to our inner calmness and contact to our inner self.
Each necklace is unrepeatable in the exact shape and color it has. Just like each wave creates a unique pattern on the sand, just like each moment of our interaction with the ocean is individual and unrepeatable. The crafting process reflects the complexity of this moment. In order to create it, we put clay through a 3-week process of refinement, which includes shaping, drying, rough firing, multiple glazing, second firing and polishing. The glaze application is furthermore unique as it consists of two stages. First – deeping the necklace into the “sand glaze”. And second – splashing the “sea blue” over it with a brush.