5.17 troy oz.
Cast .925 Sterling Silver
2 1/2" x 1 3/4" x 1 3/8"
"Soldering" is the Inception of rings: oddly enough, it's a ring all about making rings. The bands are rings sizers themselves, with the size tabs still attached. A torch & oxy/acetylene tanks, two major tools key in the production of jewelry, accompanied with pliers, denatured alcohol lamp, and protective eye gear. This piece is a physical continuation of my big picture aim: that jewelry can be seen as a piece of sculpture.
Comes with Sculpturing, Hand Blown Glass Cloche Dome, Black Engraved Base with Armature, Travel Pouch, and Signed, Numbered, Dated, Fingerprinted Documentation.
Accompanied by Original Concept Sketch/Rendering of "Soldering"
Graphite on Heavyweight Rives BFK Archival Paper.
Framed in black wood, wired and ready for hanging, double matted in cream & black, signed by Rebecca Rose.
9" x 12"
During the concept/design phase of creating a new piece, I usually sketch it out to solidify the composition, and make sure the message is properly conveyed.