Celestia Minor IVSold Out
18 x 18 x 2cm (46cm length), 45 g
stainless steel woven tubing, aluminum, brass (.22 cal shell casings)
The necklaces and bracelets of Celestia Minor are further divided into two more categories: Celestia Minor Woven, and Celestia Minor Heavy. Both are designed from a single loop, rather than two articulated loops, and are ornamented with brass casings. However, the Celestia Minor Woven has no aluminum core, and has stainless steel caps and a magnetic clasp. The Celestia Minor Heavy is a more robust build, capped in bullet shell casings. Good fit on large necks. Polish with soft cloth.
Adam's early metal smithing interests and development started while taking welding and blacksmithing courses in Vancouver and Nelson B.C where he focused on making small metal sculptures and home decor. In 2005 he traveled to Mexico and apprenticed under master silversmiths Antonio and Enrique Lopez . They are a father and son team with a long history of teaching and jewellery making in San Miguel de Allende. 2006 Adam returned to San Miguel de Allende and was accepted into Billy Kings, Sterling Quest School of Silver Jewelry Design And Creation. Adam has made handcrafted metal and glass jewelry in Mexico, Brazil, Vancouver and Edmonton.