Slate “heart” pendant decorated with soldering technique II.
Slate “heart” pendant decorated with soldering technique.
Slate “heart” pendant made with soft soldering technique. Soft soldering is type of bonding in which are used so-called soft solders with melting point from 215°C to about 400°C, which is possible to reach also with a classic electrical soldering iron. Maybe you know this technique as “tiffany”. That’s not like that. Tiffany technique is a classic technique from the past. It’s used mainly for stained glass in churches or lamps, and so on. At the final stage of production follows so-called preservation, i.e. to prevent from the oxidation of applied tin and patination, which will give the jewel so-called an ancient touch, so it serves for such final finishing of the shade.
This jewel is original – just a single piece in offer.
Design and implementation of the pendant: Andrea Király
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