Canadian designer, Nicole Bigg, has a very stunning and unique line. Her process, although claimed to be quite simple, creates beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces. She acid etches a collection of patterns onto brass templates, then rolls the pattern onto the sterling silver, 14K gold fill and bronze fill, and finally cuts, colours and matt finishes her pieces. Her inspiration comes from her travels around the world, while concentrating on Asian flare as she had fallen in love with the continent since living in Arabia as a child and traveling around India, Thailand and Vietnam as an adult. Her work is spectacular.
Amrita means Nectar of Immortality in Sanskrit.
This mixed metal necklace is light yet quite a statement. The rings are sterling silver and bronze, alternating etched with a subtle pattern and brushed metal. A perfect necklace for every day, you won’t be disappointed with this accessory!
Handmade in Nelson, British Columbia
Dimensions: 16” Chain
Materials: Sterling silver and bronze
Additional Information: Pattern may vary slightly from picture as they are handmade.
Care Instructions: Take a small bowl, and put 2-3 tablespoons of baking soda in it. Pour a little lemon juice, and mix it with the soda until you make a paste. Rub the paste onto your bronze and silver jewelry, and keep rubbing until the item is clean; you can use a toothbrush or a cloth.
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