THE MOTOR
October 6th 2017
Narcis & Goldmund

|I’ve turned from graphic designer into goldsmith! This is my final piece for school, which took me months to prepare. The necklace is quite slick, due to the school’s objectives. The leaves of the clovers are casted separately in sand, as were the lips, the daffodil, and the little balls for the lock. After soldering (and adding a black diamond), all polished over & over again. Originally, all pieces were made in 1st grade silver. I decided to have everything covered in 18k gold, which turned out so cheap-looking, so I lacquered the pieces that should stay gold and rhodium-dipped the rest. I’m happy. I design in gold!

This is the end of The Motor; my new company will be called: NARCIS & GOLDMUND

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I’ve turned from graphic designer into goldsmith! This is my final piece for school, which took me months to prepare. The necklace is quite slick, due to the school’s objectives. The leaves of the clovers are casted separately in sand, as were the lips, the daffodil, and the little balls for the lock. After soldering (and adding a black diamond), all polished over & over again. Originally, all pieces were made in 1st grade silver. I decided to have everything covered in 18k gold, which turned out so cheap-looking, so I lacquered the pieces that should stay gold and rhodium-dipped the rest. I’m happy. I design in gold!

This is the end of The Motor; my new company will be called: NARCIS & GOLDMUND

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