Teal inlay pendant by emily kidson

Necklaces / Pendants
by emily kidson

A minimalist circle shaped pendant in Formica and walnut with tiny silver inlayed dots around the side. It's hand cut, sanded and waxed for a beautifully smooth finish. The pendant is reversible with teal Formica on one side and pale grey Formica on the other. The chain is oxidised silver.

Features

  • Primary Material : laminate
  • Other Materials : oxidised silver, silver and walnut
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Length (inches) : 18

Cleaning Instructions

When jewellery is not being worn it is best to keep it in it’s box. The wood used in my jewellery is walnut and it is finished with a protective layer of wax. If your wooden jewellery gets wet, allow it to dry and reseal it with a thin layer of bees wax or furniture wax applied with a soft cloth. Laminate is a hard wearing material often used for table tops and similar, care needs to be taken to avoid chipping and scratching. It can be wiped down with a damp cloth. Oxidised silver has been treated with a chemical solution to give a dark grey/black finish. This does wear away over time particularly in exposed areas which adds to the character of the piece. Do not place oxidised silver items in a silver dip or use a silver cloth as this will remove the oxidisation.

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Teal inlay pendant

Features

  • Primary Material : laminate
  • Other Materials : oxidised silver, silver and walnut
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Hallmarked : No
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Necklaces / Pendants
by emily kidson

A minimalist circle shaped pendant in Formica and walnut with tiny silver inlayed dots around the side. It's hand cut, sanded and waxed for a beautifully smooth finish. The pendant is reversible with teal Formica on one side and pale grey Formica on the other. The chain is oxidised silver.

Cleaning Instructions

When jewellery is not being worn it is best to keep it in it’s box. The wood used in my jewellery is walnut and it is finished with a protective layer of wax. If your wooden jewellery gets wet, allow it to dry and reseal it with a thin layer of bees wax or furniture wax applied with a soft cloth. Laminate is a hard wearing material often used for table tops and similar, care needs to be taken to avoid chipping and scratching. It can be wiped down with a damp cloth. Oxidised silver has been treated with a chemical solution to give a dark grey/black finish. This does wear away over time particularly in exposed areas which adds to the character of the piece. Do not place oxidised silver items in a silver dip or use a silver cloth as this will remove the oxidisation.