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Gold Pearl Necklace - The Tricorn

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Gold Pearl Necklace - The Tricorn

Back in the 18th century, lovers commissioned miniature eye portraits to be made into tokens they could wear as a symbol of their secret liaison. With only a portrait of one eye, just the wearer would know the identity of his/her lover. From its inception, the very nature of wearing the eye is personal and a statement of love by the wearer. Not having marks of identification, the wearer and the piece are intrinsically linked, rather than a jewellery item which can exist without the necessity of the wearer.

This pieces of jewelry still fascinate everyone who get to know their existence, and have been inspiring us for months. Now, it is the time to reveal what we’ve been hiding but, could you tell what’s the secret behind our designs? Do not hesitate, along with every piece we will be sending you the secret story of the characters behind them.

Golden accents everywhere and pearls, this season is about coming back to our very own love for the baroque era. Any plain shirt, blouse or dress will be transformed into an anachronistic attire with any of these pieces.

Unveil the story of the hidden characters in the necklace here http://ecraftic.wordpress.com/2014/07/09/behind-the-collection-ii-secrets-the-tricorn/

First, second, third and fourth photographies by Javier Gamonal (http://elephantgun.es), model Diana Irazabal (http://dianairazabal.tumblr.com).

More pieces of the collection here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ecraftic?section_id=12353906
More Avant-garde Adornments here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ecraftic?ref=si_shop
Gold Pearl Necklace - The Tricorn

Back in the 18th century, lovers commissioned miniature eye portraits to be made into tokens they could wear as a symbol of their secret liaison. With only a portrait of one eye, just the wearer would know the identity of his/her lover. From its inception, the very nature of wearing the eye is personal and a statement of love by the wearer. Not having marks of identification, the wearer and the piece are intrinsically linked, rather than a jewellery item which can exist without the necessity of the wearer.

This pieces of jewelry still fascinate everyone who get to know their existence, and have been inspiring us for months. Now, it is the time to reveal what we’ve been hiding but, could you tell what’s the secret behind our designs? Do not hesitate, along with every piece we will be sending you the secret story of the characters behind them.

Golden accents everywhere and pearls, this season is about coming back to our very own love for the baroque era. Any plain shirt, blouse or dress will be transformed into an anachronistic attire with any of these pieces.

Unveil the story of the hidden characters in the necklace here http://ecraftic.wordpress.com/2014/07/09/behind-the-collection-ii-secrets-the-tricorn/

First, second, third and fourth photographies by Javier Gamonal (http://elephantgun.es), model Diana Irazabal (http://dianairazabal.tumblr.com).

More pieces of the collection here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ecraftic?section_id=12353906
More Avant-garde Adornments here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ecraftic?ref=si_shop

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(60)
Reviewed by Susan Miles
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 6, 2017
lovely and unique; i'm very pleased. artist is friendly and helpful, the brooch came quickly and beautifully wrapped. i'm looking forward to acquiring another of her pieces in the future. :)
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Reviewed by claraollero
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 5, 2016
I just Loved it... Many thanks!
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Reviewed by claraollero
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 5, 2016
It is really very special
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Reviewed by chinaraven
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 12, 2015
Another treasure from this highly regarded and recommended supplier of beautiful things.
These pieces not only speak to me, they sing. Paloma, the talented and kind lady who makes them, manages to capture magic in every item.
If you want to buy something you or a loved one will treasure, then Ecraftic is a perfect place to look.
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Gold Pearl Necklace - The Tricorn

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  • Handmade item
  • Gemstone: Pearl
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 60 reviews
  • Favorited by: 104 people
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