custom orders and exhibition pieces

“Kintsugi” ring – iron, 18karat gold

“Kintsugi” ring – iron, 18karat gold

Dealing with time has great differences between different kinds of arts. Still they all aim eternity and their chances are not so different.

The PAST of an artwork begins with the inspiration. When the artist take up to collect information, impressions, he/she lets them flow in the mind untill they get rearranged in a new system. Then the artist has to solidify it in an artwork to be presented.

Another characteristic is how art-forms deal with PRESENT. I have been always fascinated by music. I admire musicians for their capacity to act in real time. If artisans, jewellers, make a mistake we have planty of time to fix it or if everything goes wrong, we just never show our work in public. Musicians, dancers on stage can’t afford this. A false note or a stumbling is disastrous..

As for their FUTURE, some artworks need more luck and care than an other to gain the desired eternity. A golden ring is more likely to survive some centuries under the ground, but without a care for it’s artistic value it can easily end up in a crucible as scrap gold.. The written notes of a song can burn in the first war that comes – but if the society cares, the song can live for centuries. Thus the future of artworks depends just as much on their medium as the care of the society inwhich they have been introduced and where they will end up later.

In my work I wanted to represent the delicacy and strength of artworks. Amber is a solid stone that once was a moving fluid, a defence of trees that often captured the struggle of animals for life. It is a great medium to represent the striving of art for eternity in it’s many different ways.

I WANT TO SAY SPECIAL THANKS FOR MY DEAR FRIEND, GREAT VIOLINIST: STEFANO PASTOR, WHO GAVE ME AN AMAZING CONSULTATION ON VIOLIN. I am proud to have such friends in my village.http://www.stefanopastor.com/

Dealing with time has great differences between different kinds of arts. Still they all aim eternity and their chances are not so different.

The PAST of an artwork begins with the inspiration. When the artist take up to collect information, impressions, he/she lets them flow in the mind untill they get rearranged in a new system. Then the artist has to solidify it in an artwork to be presented.

Another characteristic is how art-forms deal with PRESENT. I have been always fascinated by music. I admire musicians for their capacity to act in real time. If artisans, jewellers, make a mistake we have planty of time to fix it or if everything goes wrong, we just never show our work in public. Musicians, dancers on stage can’t afford this. A false note or a stumbling is disastrous..

As for their FUTURE, some artworks need more luck and care than an other to gain the desired eternity. A golden ring is more likely to survive some centuries under the ground, but without a care for it’s artistic value it can easily end up in a crucible as scrap gold.. The written notes of a song can burn in the first war that comes – but if the society cares, the song can live for centuries. Thus the future of artworks depends just as much on their medium as the care of the society inwhich they have been introduced and where they will end up later.

In my work I wanted to represent the delicacy and strength of artworks. Amber is a solid stone that once was a moving fluid, a defence of trees that often captured the struggle of animals for life. It is a great medium to represent the striving of art for eternity in it’s many different ways.

I WANT TO SAY SPECIAL THANKS FOR MY DEAR FRIEND, GREAT VIOLINIST: STEFANO PASTOR, WHO GAVE ME AN AMAZING CONSULTATION ON VIOLIN. I am proud to have such friends in my village.http://www.stefanopastor.com/

The diamond is 0.8 carat (6 mm in diameter) The diameter of the pendant is approx 29 mm, it weights 15.9 gramms. It is a custom order for a dear friend. "Rosone" is the Italian name for "rose window".

I was inspired by rose windows and by Japanese tsubas. I always loved the way how Japanese metalsith play with the relation of highly detailed and plain/rough surfaces. It is a game of generosity and being mean in the same time.

The gold one is a custom order for an art historian who requested it for her 70th birthday. It has 18.3 gramms of (recycled) 18 karat gold in it. The silver version I keep for myself. The diameter of the meteorite discs are 14.5 mm.

Custom wedding bands - Fe & 18K Au
It is a combination of my iron Magnetic Fieldwork line and the "Every Bloody Cloud Should Have a Silver Lining" ring - but in 18 karat gold.

The Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts is organising a project on recycleing the leftovers of the enameled roof tiles of the building - into jewellery. The amazing buliding was constructed between 1893 and 1896 in the sprit of the secession. The ceramic ornaments and tiles were made by the famous Zsolnay factory.
I received 3 palm size, very dirty pieces and made my experiments with them, finally I decided the design.

SO... I made this sterling pendant that you can fill up with the Zsolnay ceramic tiles. You've got the choice of 4 coloures, you've got 8-8 square tiles and there are also 2 triangles. In the future I plan to make some additional fillings too. You slide the tiles into the frame and then you pull the black leather string thight that closes the top.

I asked my mathematician brother how many combinations can one create with this setup. He made some quick calculations and the result is:
If you use all 4 coloures, both the triangles and the square tiles you can make 983040 (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) different pendants (including that on the back side you have the "opposite" combination)

Let's say that I would sell this jewel for 300 money (have not decided yet). It means that for this price you have 983040 pendants, so you only pay 0.00030517578 money for one pendant. It is practicly free!! Don't miss this occasion!!
One more reason to buy it: If you wear every day a different combination, you will be more than 2693 years old when you finish it - and by that time you can update the coulours and shapes to extend it by a couple of thousand years.

The Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts is organising a project on recycleing the leftovers of the enameled roof tiles of the building - into jewellery. The amazing buliding was constructed between 1893 and 1896 in the sprit of the secession. The ceramic ornaments and tiles were made by the famous Zsolnay factory.
I received 3 palm size, very dirty pieces and made my experiments with them, finally I decided the design.

SO... I made this sterling pendant that you can fill up with the Zsolnay ceramic tiles. You've got the choice of 4 coloures, you've got 8-8 square tiles and there are also 2 triangles. In the future I plan to make some additional fillings too. You slide the tiles into the frame and then you pull the black leather string thight that closes the top.

I asked my mathematician brother how many combinations can one create with this setup. He made some quick calculations and the result is:
If you use all 4 coloures, both the triangles and the square tiles you can make 983040 (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) different pendants (including that on the back side you have the "opposite" combination)

Let's say that I would sell this jewel for 300 money (have not decided yet). It means that for this price you have 983040 pendants, so you only pay 0.00030517578 money for one pendant. It is practicly free!! Don't miss this occasion!!
One more reason to buy it: If you wear every day a different combination, you will be more than 2693 years old when you finish it - and by that time you can update the coulours and shapes to extend it by a couple of thousand years.

Cuff - iron, silver

Cuff - iron, silver

Custom wedding bands - silver, copper

bracelet - iron, brass

Nutcracker bracelet – nutcracker, brass nut, steel bolt

Charon’s Obol Tongue piercing – surgical steel, electrum (gold-silver alloy)

Charon’s Obol Tongue piercing – surgical steel, electrum (gold-silver alloy)

Zooming – Textile series – silver, copper, brass

Friendship pendant – iron, copper