Silver’s fluid form is captured in this unique pendant made by casting silver into water. The texture of the metal, including the sterling silver chain, is highlighted by oxidising the surface, revealing a delicate rainbow of hues from silver-gold to pink.
This piece is part of a collection inspired by the larger experiments of American land-artist Robert Smithson. In the 1970s he poured asphalt, glue, rubble and other materials upon quarries, buildings and hillsides as comments on natural chaos, decay and geological forms.
Due to the technique by which these pieces are made, each piece is truly unique so you may not receive a piece that looks exactly like this but the colour tones should be similar and the making process will be the same.