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October 1, 2012
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NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D5000
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1/400 second
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F/2.8
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50 mm
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400
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Sep 27, 2012, 6:16:42 AM
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Silver collar by MirielDesign Silver collar by MirielDesign
Handmade silver collar, hammered for texture and shape.
The hinges in front also serves as the lock, with a small pin that is pulled upwards to release, but is kept from falling out by a small piece of silver wire going through it.

This makes it very nice to wear with your hair put up, as it has a clean chain in the back, no lock showing.

It's pretty heavy, but doesn't feel like it because it rests on the collarbones.

It's made of 925 silver.
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PrinsesseEline Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012  Student General Artist
nydelig modell og et flott, skulpturert smykke!
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ou8nrtist2 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012  Professional
Nice composition,well photographed...
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MirielDesign Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you.
I try my best to photograph my jewellery work. I'm lucky to have a beautiful sister to model for me.
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Mermerce Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013  Hobbyist
Haha, she must feel flattered!
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alloy260 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012
Beautiful piece. I have a problem with the chain breaking up to form, but other than that, it is wonderful.
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MirielDesign Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks :)
What would you have done differently?
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alloy260 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012
Made links with sheet metal that used the similar, but milder, curves to the ones on the primary front piece. Or continue the design on the front, in the back. Perhaps smaller or larger. I would work with thick paper first to establish shape and size.
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