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mitsuro y necklace

Because a Mitsuro sculpture is formed by pulling and twisting the wax into shape, as opposed to carving it from a solid block, larger pieces like the one shown above tend to be more lightweight than similar-sized pieces created using more traditional techniques.

materials:

Mitsuro, cast in sterling silver, 14k yellow gold and baroque pearl.

photo:

James "Dwight" Kallstrom, 2002.

 

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