Copper Earrings Fold Formed Flamed Disc with Turquoise

$27.00

Flame painted copper, fold formed disc with turquoise dangle bead earrings. Torch flamed to have organic artistic style and shape, warm terracotta copper, coated with a clear coat to seal in the patina. The flame painted look is very popular right now and always gets attention. Handcrafted in my studio from raw copper sheet. Great artisan jewelry for everyday!

Handcrafted stainless steel earwires. (hypoallergenic). The copper disc shape is 3/4″.

Handmade in USA.

Note: Copper is a natural metal and the pictures are taken in diffused daylight. The look of natural flame painted copper changes according to the light and how it reflects from the surface. The metal is 24 gauge. These earrings have no chemical or painted on color, the result is all natural.

 

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Description

Flame painted copper, fold formed disc with turquoise dangle bead earrings. Torch flamed to have organic artistic style and shape, warm terracotta copper, coated with a clear coat to seal in the patina. The flame painted look is very popular right now and always gets attention. Handcrafted in my studio from raw copper sheet. Every piece is individually handcrafted. Great artisan jewelry for everyday!

Handcrafted stainless steel earwires. (hypoallergenic). The copper disc shape is 3/4″.

Handmade in USA.

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WHAT IS FLAME PAINTING

Natural copper is flamed with a torch to produce colors on the surface of the metal. The flame causes the copper to heat, which forms an oxidation on the surface of the copper. This oxidation gives off different colors depending on how hot the metal is. The various colors appear depending on the length of time the copper is heated.

 

Additional information

Weight 2 oz



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