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4 Strand Czech Cathedral Montana (deep teal), Swarovski Crystal Montana, Saphire beads, and Freshwater Pearls with Copper

4 Strand 
Czech Cathedral Montana (deep teal), Swarovski Crystal Montana, Saphire 
beads, and Freshwater Pearls with Copper 4 Strand 
Czech Cathedral Montana (deep teal), Swarovski Crystal Montana, Saphire 
beads, and Freshwater Pearls with Copper 4 Strand 
Czech Cathedral Montana (deep teal), Swarovski Crystal Montana, Saphire 
beads, and Freshwater Pearls with Copper 4 Strand 
Czech Cathedral Montana (deep teal), Swarovski Crystal Montana, Saphire 
beads, and Freshwater Pearls with Copper
Different elements of decorative arts appear in this art deco inspired reinterpretation. Freely borrowing from both bourgeois and folk traditions, art deco motifs are transformed by designer techniques into my characteristic visual language.

Most typically, historically recognized cathedral pressed glass beads from the Czech Republic. The ornate copper metallic texture on each side of the montana faceted bead resembles a sparkling bead cap. Excellent quality beads are made by pressing the bead in a steel mold, coating with color, then grinding and polishing each facet to reveal the base. The combination of Montana Blue and Copper is extremely rare and highly desired.

4 strand Copper Clasp is adorned with saphire beads so it looks great if you choose to have it hang on the side. Copper chain and findings.

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The riches from Eastern Europe's history are major draws for art history buffs, students of royal culture, and, archeologists. While the possession of these treasures from the past by individuals was often the result of gigantic gaps between the peasantry and the ruling families, their beauty, design, mystery, and provenance of Eastern European riches keep us curious.  In this photograph we have Czech glass and Cloisonne. Cloisonné is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork objects, in recent centuries using vitreous enamel, and in older periods also inlays of cut gemstones, glass, and other materials. The resulting objects can also be called cloisonné. The decoration is formed by first adding compartments (cloisons in French[1]) to the metal object by soldering or glueing silver or gold wires or thin strips placed on their edges. These remain visible in the finished piece, separating the different compartments of the enamel or inlays, which are often of several colors. Cloisonné enamel objects are worked on with enamel powder made into a paste, which then needs to be fired in a kiln. The technique was in ancient times mostly used for jewellery and small fittings for clothes, weapons or similar small objects decorated with geometric or schematic designs, with thick cloison walls. In the Byzantine Empire techniques using thinner wires were developed to allow more pictorial images to be produced, mostly used for religious images and jewellery, and now always using enamel. Buy it here nancystoreonline.com