This small, filigree design, light blue flower shape pair of earrings is made of sterling silver and enamel.
This product was named after the middle symmetrical motif formation. Its design was inspired by the flower depiction often displayed in Hungarian folk art. In the transcription of the ornament, the features of the renaissance building decorations were also given space.
The earrings are small series, handdrawn and then cast pieces, they are about 35 mm long (with the hook) and 20 mm wide. The pendant alone is 20 mm x 20 mm rombus piece, the hooks are also made of sterling silver and are kidney ear wires which means you won't lose them because they close on the bottom of the back of the earrings!
What makes it especially beautiful is the lacey flower design in the rombus shape jewel which, when cast into this beautiful sterling silver jewel, is really light weight, simple and gorgeous.
Here in Intuita shop, we have not met yet an artist who fuses enamel with sterling silver. The reason it is so rare is that enamel starts to melt at a lower degree (750-850 degrees Celcius) than silver (961.8 degree Celcius). That means that you have to be incredibly cautios and attentive so that the two material don't melt together into a big mess.