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mitsuro leaf pendant

Our research of the Mitsuro technique began when one of our clients asked if we could create something that truly looked as if it were taken from nature. After over six months of research and experimentation, pieces like this leaf are our answer.

materials:

Mitsuro cast in sterling silver and 14k yellow gold wire.

photos:

James "Dwight" Kallstrom, 2002.

 

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