Revisiting the Cathedral

Some of you may be familiar with our Cathedral window pendants, I wrote about them in an earlier blog piece and have shared several ‘work in progress’ photos on our facebook page.  These pendants have been popular here in our Korcula store – they are a very special reminder of a holiday taken in a beautiful part of the world.

Korcula, Croatia

Korcula, Croatia

Today I want to share some new photographs of us creating these stunning pieces,  I hope you enjoy the photos below;

Creating Pendant framework.

Creating Pendant framework.

Here we are soldering the pendant framework together.

Here we are soldering the pendant framework together.

Some of the smaller details used in completed pendants.

Some of the smaller details used in completed pendants.

Filling details into framework.

Filling details into framework.

The most time comsuming design - to date!

The most time comsuming design – to date!

Completed Pendant

Completed Pendant

And, finally the small Korcula Cathedral that inspired this collection;

Saint Petra Cathedral, Korcula

Saint Petra Cathedral, Korcula

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About Seba Silver

In June 2011 my wife and I opened a small store on the beautiful Dalmatian Island of Korcula. Our store (Seba Dizajn) showcases stunning filigree jewellery, all work is made on site offering you the fascinating chance to see filigree jewellery being made. Visit us at www.sebasilver.com to see and purchase some of our filigree jewellery. The Seba family have been working, and creating beautiful pieces of filigree jewellery for over 500 years.
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7 Responses to Revisiting the Cathedral

  1. such amazing work you do, I always wonder how you can pay such attention to the small details. Plus you must have very good eye-sight and a very steady hand…

    • Seba Silver says:

      Thanks for stopping by, so far we are blessed with good eyes and steady hands… Father is 79 and still rolling it filigree style so hopefully this bodes well for our future 🙂

  2. evarel says:

    Wow, that it’s an amazing fine job, I just and student, hope one day I can do fine pieces without melt them…

  3. Fantastic photos. The pieces are almost as beautiful as in person.

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