From the Classical Greek, "polyhedra" comes from the words "poly" (many) and "hedron" (base or seat).
Polyhedra is part of the Inlay collection, based on an enamel inlay technique similar to the ceramics technique called Mishima. The enamel is scratched out by hand with a toothpick and then "inlaid" with a different color -- hence the name. We went with a thinner glass for this collection, as a complement to the simple two-tone designs and minimalist aesthetic.
The cuff link pad and clasp are base metal with a silver plating.
Dimensions: 0.5 " x 0.5" ; 12mm x 12mm
(production design: slight variations from the photographed item are inevitable due to the nature of this work -- each design is hand-painted onto the glass)
Eco Extra! The glass used in this design is up-cycled!
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2 artists. 2 techniques.
Western Mass artists Edo Mor & Rosario Torres craft jewelry and wall tiles by painting and fusing up-cycled glass.