Bonesmith

Black Bone – cattle bone dyed in Chinese ink, 18karat gold rivet
BoneSmith hairpin – cattle bone
Property ring – cattle bone, 18karat gold
I named this collection “Property”.
Although they contain gold they still feel like some ‘well managed poverty’ some sort of endeavouring. Bone is elemental and cruel, gold is so fine and ethernal. I find something mercyless in this combination – like in a strict commitment. “Property” because it talks about the ownership with a tiny bit of value arranged resourcfully, neatly. Wihtout wasting wealth, without too much fiddling about that we can’t afford.
Property ring – cattle bone, 18karat gold
I named this collection “Property”.
Although they contain gold they still feel like some ‘well managed poverty’ some sort of endeavouring. Bone is elemental and cruel, gold is so fine and ethernal. I find something mercyless in this combination – like in a strict commitment. “Property” because it talks about the ownership with a tiny bit of value arranged resourcfully, neatly. Wihtout wasting wealth, without too much fiddling about that we can’t afford.
Property ring – cattle bone, 18karat gold
I named this collection “Property”.
Although they contain gold they still feel like some ‘well managed poverty’ some sort of endeavouring. Bone is elemental and cruel, gold is so fine and ethernal. I find something mercyless in this combination – like in a strict commitment. “Property” because it talks about the ownership with a tiny bit of value arranged resourcfully, neatly. Wihtout wasting wealth, without too much fiddling about that we can’t afford.
Brust hairpin – cattle bone, silver, brust polishing mop
Nail ring – iron, cattle bone, silver rivets, nail varnish
Black Bone – cattle bone dyed in Chinese ink, 18karat gold
Bone Sheet earrings – cattle bone, silver
Bone Sheet earrings – cattle bone, silver
Bone ring – cattle bone, silver
Black Bone ring – dyed bone, 18 karat gold
Dyed cattle bone hairpin with silver rivet
Dyed cattle bone hairpin with silver rivet
Cattle bone hairpin
Pendant – cattle bone, glass ball (from Codd-neck bottle), silver
Bone fibula – dyed cattle bone, silver
This is a collaboration piece with Adam Thiele, allias Bucavasgyúró (ArchaeoSmith) who made the blade from bloom iron and steel. He is a very skilled craftsman and engeneer and I am looking forward to learn from him at his week long Iron Smelting workshop in Hungary. I made the handle for his knife from brass and dyed cattle bone. He will also make a Finnish-style leather case for it.
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