MithrimElvenJewelry

Electroforming copper. Elven circlets, hairpins, rings

Novosibirsk, Russia · 52 Sales

MithrimElvenJewelry

Electroforming copper. Elven circlets, hairpins, rings

Novosibirsk, Russia 52 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars
(14)

Announcement   Mithrim is a misty northern lake from J. R. R. Tolkien’s books. We chose this name for our workshop as our jewelry is designed mainly in elven style.
In our work, we use mainly metal, natural stones and electroforming.
Our workshop is located in Siberia. The wild northern nature froze in our copper jewelry. By combining leaves, both natural and covered with copper, untreated stones, and crystals with forged metal parts, we create different jewelry, from necklaces to diadems. All our works are 100% handmade and none of them can be repeated identically.
Adorable jewelry will make your outfit perfect!

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Announcement

Last updated on Aug 16, 2017

Mithrim is a misty northern lake from J. R. R. Tolkien’s books. We chose this name for our workshop as our jewelry is designed mainly in elven style.
In our work, we use mainly metal, natural stones and electroforming.
Our workshop is located in Siberia. The wild northern nature froze in our copper jewelry. By combining leaves, both natural and covered with copper, untreated stones, and crystals with forged metal parts, we create different jewelry, from necklaces to diadems. All our works are 100% handmade and none of them can be repeated identically.
Adorable jewelry will make your outfit perfect!

IF YOU DON'T HAVE PAYPAL ACCOUNT (☘ please read below ☘)
This guide explains how to pay using you card:
When you're ready to check out, go to your cart. Choose PayPal as your payment method and click Check out with PayPal.

✔Once You're Redirected to PayPal:
1) Instead of choosing to pay with your PayPal account, select the option to pay with a debit or credit card.
2) You'll then be prompted to fill in your billing and credit card information.
3) You'll need to enter your email address so PayPal can send you a receipt.
4) Click Continue to return to Etsy Checkout to review and submit your final order.
Your payment isn't sent until you click Submit order on Etsy.
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Dina Voloshina

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Dina Voloshina

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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(14)
adawnsies

adawnsies on May 24, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I purchased a blueberry brooch for a friend as a gift. My friend received it today and said it’s absolutely lovey. I was also impressed by the artist’s thoughtfulness to hand write the personal note I included and to attach a beautiful card along with it. Thank you!

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About

Elven jewelry

Our workshop is located in Siberia. The wild northern nature froze in our copper jewelry. By combining leaves, both natural and covered with copper, untreated stones, and crystals with forged metal parts, we create different jewelry, from necklaces to diadems. All our works are 100% handmade and none of them can be repeated identically.
We’ve started working with copper a few years ago in order to embody the idea of handcrafting true authorial jewelry without using industrial jewelry findings. When we learned electroforming technique, we pushed the bounds of possibility. We can conserve true natural beauty of leaves, branches and stones in metal.
This is how the work goes:
We collect plants growing near our house. We are from Siberia, therefore it’s really easy to find something interesting in the forest. Sometimes, we should go to the shore or far into the woods to find a needed flower or a leaf. Following that, plants are being coppered (electroformed) and ready to the next stages. Only after sketching the jewelry, forging, open flame soldering and polishing we are ready to take a photograph and show you a finished work.
We tend to create on individual order, because it makes each product special and unique. Moreover, you may easily ask to make a small change in a product or choose leaf or stone for your personal order.

Shop members

  • Dina Voloshina

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    My name is Dina and ever since I can remember, I’ve been engaged in jewelry handcrafting) I really love travelling and find my inspiration in wild nature.

  • Lubov Blagonadezdina

    Designer, Creator

    My name is Liubov. This shop provides jewelry made of copper using wire wrapping and electroforming technique. Also, I play role-playing games, sew fairytale costumes and speak Elvish language a little :)

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Last updated on Jun 22, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Custom and personalized orders

We can make personal order. And usually you can make changes to the purchased item. Stone of another color, size, brooch instead of pendant, etc.

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IF YOU DON'T HAVE PAYPAL ACCOUNT (☘ please read below ☘)
This guide explains how to pay using you card:
When you're ready to check out, go to your cart. Choose PayPal as your payment method and click Check out with PayPal.

✔Once You're Redirected to PayPal:
1) Instead of choosing to pay with your PayPal account, select the option to pay with a debit or credit card.
2) You'll then be prompted to fill in your billing and credit card information.
3) You'll need to enter your email address so PayPal can send you a receipt.
4) Click Continue to return to Etsy Checkout to review and submit your final order.
Your payment isn't sent until you click Submit order on Etsy.
Note: PayPal places restrictions on how often you can use their Guest Checkout