Jewellery Set "Tres Pecas"


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Copper + Brass | Necklace: length 36-41 cm | Bracelet: Ø ca. 6 cm | Earrings: format of each 3 x 5 cm

Jewellery Set "Tres Pecas"

We describe the year 1988. In the idyllic South-African coastal city Plettenberg Bay there gathers a group of designers which founds the jewellery company Brass Images. Basic work material of the creation is massive brass and copper. The philosophy: detailed, careful handwork. Each piece is unique, slight color deviations are possible.

Jewellery set "Tres Pecas": here the color of love plays the main role. The dark-red shades of the copper and brass jewellery set are produced under the effect of heat. Necklace: adjustable length 36-41 cm. Bracelet: diameter ca. 6 cm. Earrings: format of each 3 x 5 cm.

Necklace, bracelet and earrings in set.

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Collective term for the artistic creations of the tribes and ethnic groups of sub-Saharan Africa. African ancestral sculptures, magical figures and masks are deeply rooted in religious and mythical tradition.

The people of Ashanti (Ghana today) developed significant goldsmith's art by its gold wealth. Wood carvings of Ashanti artists (mother and child figures, fertility dolls) are well-known as well.

For centuries, Benin (now Nigeria) has been ruled by powerful kings called obas. The obas were absolute rulers, who considered to be of divine origin. The heirs had a responsibility to preserve their memory. Large bronze altars and impressive head sculptures became a reminding heritage of the following generations. The bronze heads of excellent workmanship, cast using the lost wax process - the oldest date back to the 15th and 16th centuries - are outstanding evidence of African art.

Similarly famous are the shoulder masks of Baga in the West African country Guinea which can weigh up to 60 kg and the terracotta heads of Yoruba in Ife (Nigeria) which date from the 10th to 13th century.

The Kabyle, Guanche and Tuareg are the Berber tribes located in Northwest Africa. The art of Berber is characterized by abstraction and spontaneous creativity. The exceptional vitality of the Berber art is proving itself in assimilating into modern art movements.

In the manufacture of jewelry, the abstract geometric motifs are made as individual pieces and connected to long chain strands. The jewelery creations made of silver are especially popular and attractive.


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