Victoria Lansford



Original pattern Side Weave Mesh chain bracelet with a clasp of Eastern repousse

fine silver, sterling, 22k gold, Koroit opal

7-1/2" long x 1" wide x 3/8" deep

Links can be added or subtracted for sizing.

©2011, Victoria Lansford; $1720.


Indira, bracelet

This chain pattern is featured in the book,

Metal Techniques of Bronze Age Masters: All Chained Up


Mokume gane is a laminate technique composed of fused sheets of varying alloys, such as sterling, gold, copper, shibuichi, or shakudo, that are hammered, carved, and/or filed to expose a cross section, creating unique patterns. This technique is similar to damascene steel.

I repoussé sheets of unpatterned, straight grain mokume and grind the surface afterwards to reveal the resulting cross section of metals.


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