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Triumvirate by AMechanicalMind Triumvirate by AMechanicalMind


Triumvirate is a standard sized 25mm organic metal heart sculpture created with many different parts taken from old and disused watches. Her parts include brass watch train gears, balance wheels, cogs, and other recycled watch parts. Her outer structure is not premade by an outside company, but assembled from scratch out of watch winding gears and balance wheels. Glue is never, ever used--these pieces are soldered with lead free silver bearing solder for maximum quality and lifespan. Triumvirate is one of a kind, and will never, ever be reproduced exactly.

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Triumvirate is 25mm wide by 25mm tall and comes on an 18" premium sterling silver cable chain by default, with links measuring 1.5mm and connected with a ring clasp.

If you prefer a gold chain color, we offer optional 14k gold filled chains. Please choose a length of gold filled chain in the options menu.

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PeonyHamwich Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014  Student General Artist
Do you make rings? You totally should =^ v ^=
If you do, do you have a link??
Gotta buy one of these
Lalivampony Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014
i'd be interested to see what you could do with a ring as well, though i think working on ring would be limiting you a bit.  you've only so much room to play with on a ring where as with a broach (which you should so totally do. : P ) or a pendant you're limited only by how big you want to make it.

this is one of those i can see where the name came from.
was the rusty effect intentional or did that just happen?
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