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So many women are wearing the beautiful, hand-hammered OO Necklace that the men in our lives have started to feel excluded. They wanted in on the game, so Stacey and Sarah worked together to create our new Rustic OO Necklace. While this necklace can be worn by men and women alike, we thought it had a rustic feel that would appeal to men more then the original necklace. Whether you're shopping for a father, brother, husband, or friend, now you can create even more amazing stories with these linked circles of silver and bronze. The circles are smaller than the original piece, and have a matte finish that will develop a beautiful patina with time and wear. The antique bronze ball chain is cut to 24 inches to fit over the head, but can be cut shorter based on preference.
Most beautiful pieces of jewelry start with a beautiful story, like the one that made the first OO necklace come to life. The linked circles represent friendship, love, unity, and independence - or whatever you want them to mean to you. They are made by hand in San Francisco, by a dear friend and talented jeweler, only for us and our customers. The larger ring is brass (1.1" outer diameter), and the smaller is sterling silver (0.86" outer diameter).
Each necklace comes in a small gift bag with a small box.
About the Artist:
Stacey Lorinczi began studying metalsmithing at age twelve, and later trained as a fine artist at Brown University and a jeweler at Central St. Martins in London. In 2002, she established Lorinczi Jewelry with a rigorous commitment to quality, combining superior craftsmanship with an aesthetic that infuses and elevates natural motifs with drama and sophistication.
"I am always striving to look at my surroundings with unjaded eyes, to see even the detritus around me as a potential source of inspiration. From seeds and pods strewn on the sidewalk, shells, seaweed and bits of coral washed up at the beach, to broken twigs and thorns… I forage, gather, and let it all saturate my imagination. Oxidized, brushed, and patinated surfaces reflect the grit of San Francisco's urban Victorian landscape, and merge organic and gothic influences.
In crafting a piece of jewelry, I create a vessel for my innermost aspirations and ideas. These objects then enable the wearer to communicate her own ambitions, observations, and desires. A beloved piece of jewelry serves as a talisman and communicates a personal identity. Let it empower and inspire you."
Stacey’s jewelry has been featured in such magazines as Bride’s, Modern Bride, W, Us, Marie Claire, Elle, and San Francisco Magazine. Please visit www.Lorinczi.com for more information.Learn More:Love, Loss, and Links of Silver and BronzeFounder Faves: Life Edition
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