We will never get tired of repeating that our aim is to create handmade fine jewelry pieces inspired by retrofuturisms, biomechanics, art-nouveau, ancient civilizations, XIX Century, industrial culture and steampunk, among others.
Obviously one of the best possibilities to achieve this objective is showing you how we work, so we have decided to share with you this video. It was shooted and edited by me and features my partner Irene Lopez and her teacher, jewelry master Alejandro Allocco. We have to thank Mr. Allocco once more, as he let us film in his studio in Madrid.
In only one minute you can see many silversmithing professional techniques: melting, casting, hammering, rolling, sawing, soldering, filing, polishing, etc.
There are many people out there claming to be jewellers, but… can they prove it? Here it is our piece of evidence:
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