Yes, another Tritium piece! I like the look of exposed vintage screws (originally used in glasses) with the smallest hexagonal nuts I’ve ever seen. The vial is wrapped in fine copper wire and sealed in a glass tube with vintage copper “acorn” end caps and tiny round finials. The curved vintage brass arms are secured to two gold tone brackets and secured with the screws. The side pins have a tiny brass round “dangle” drop ball and are threaded with copper tubing and tri-ridged brass tube. The brass knurled beads contain a tiny grub screw that secures it all.
The Tritium tube will glow continuously for 12 to 15 years and doesn’t require “charging” like conventional glow in the dark. It is currently used in high end watches, keyring fobs and military weapon sights.
The whole pendant section is just under 2 inches wide and 2 inches long. It is on a brass facet cut brass cable link chain. It drop (from the clasp to the pendant is 9 inches including the lobster claw clasp. It is designed to be worn high on the decolletage but I’m happy to alter it for you.
This piece transcends the steampunk genre and would be an intriguing, unique addition to costume or contemporary clothing. It’s US$195 including tracking postage and would be covered under Paypal buyer protection. Just send me a PM if you are interested.
WWI-related piece; most parts, I assume, are
from around World War I period (found or bought at flea markets). The
main part is a locker which holds a series of tiny photographs from the
bombing of Reims Cathedral (1914).
I’ve been wanting to make this pendant for about a year now. When I received the gorgeous vintage handmade roses they took my breath away. Over time the metal has oxidised to a very subtle rainbow of colours. I’ve lightly dusted the rose with holographic dust to catch the eye as it moves around. For durability I mounted the rose in a tiny serrated teeth funnel and added a curved tubing as the stem. I had two tiny stamped leaf shape brass charms with raised dimples for more texture. Finally I used a three strand wire for the leaves so I could use one wire strand as tendrils. All are mounted to the solid brass bead “vase”. Available in my Etsy store here. US$79 plus $7 postage.