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Dauntless (II) by AMechanicalMind Dauntless (II) by AMechanicalMind
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Dauntless is made with recycled watch gears, antique copper European balance wheels, strap springs, old watch plates with tiny ruby watch jewels embedded in them, a blue glass watch stem cap in the center, and other parts removed from old watches and reassembled into something new, special, and one-of-a-kind. Each gear is hand placed and soldered with lead-free silver bearing solder (no hot glue or any glue allowed here!) Each piece has its own story and place in the world of A Mechanical Mind...no two pieces will ever be the same!

Dauntless is 20mm wide by 29mm tall and comes on an overall 18" antiqued silver plated chain with links measuring approximately 1.9 mm each.

Premium Sterling Silver Round Cable chains are also available at extra cost:
16" [link]
18" [link]
20" [link]

For the rest of the story please visit our store at: [link]

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:iconmagpie-poet:
That's awesome! Love the watch stem accent.
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AMechanicalMind Apr 26, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
I really like this one myself...so much so that it was hard to put on sale. It's fun to look at, especially with the blue stem end. Thanks as awlways for looking!
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:iconmagpie-poet:
Have you kept anything for yourself/do you wear any of your work to shows?
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AMechanicalMind Apr 27, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
I never have. The only jewelry I ever wear is my wedding ring. I've given my wife two necklaces which she wears very often. She got a third when my grandfather died just recently: [link] It was the last thing I made before he died, and ironically before he had even died, I had called it "The Tree of Life" She then won some gearrings that I had donated to her Oscars party (She has a bunch of friends over to watch the Oscars, and whoever guessed the most Oscar winners won) I had the hardest time giving up The Harvester [link] because I had figured out a way to make these that I personally really liked. I just knew I wouldn't wear it.
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:iconmagpie-poet:
She's a lucky lady. (And a good guesser too!) You should make yourself a pair of cufflinks at least ;)

Those skeletal hands are always phenomenal.
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