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Implosion by AMechanicalMind Implosion by AMechanicalMind
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Implosion's gravity draws all things to her. She grows through the acquisition of matter, pulling both mass and ideas from the world at large. Her thoughts never escape.

She is everything, yet alone.

Implosion was painstakingly made out of teeny-tiny watch gears carefully removed from old and broken watches. These gears were rearranged into the shape seen here and hand soldered into place using lead free silver bearing solder. No glues or resins are ever used in these pieces, only metal for a long life. This is a one of a kind piece, not a mass produced watch movement glued onto a chain, and it will never be reproduced. She is named and has her own story, which are hers, and hers alone.

Implosion is 17mm wide by 19mm tall and comes on a 16" (40mm) antiqued brass plated cable chain with lobster clasp. The chain may be made longer or shorter depending on your needs, so please let us know in the comments section during checkout if you require something different.

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magpie-poet Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2011
Very cool, kind of fractally in the large to small feel, but I think I prefer your airier pieces. Not that I don't badly envy your soldering skills here!
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AMechanicalMind Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
This is one that got out of hand. It started small, but kept on growing as I tried to balance everything. Not my favorite, but interesting to me none the less.
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