这颗心思巧妙的银塞出自设计师 Anders Bruun之手。
Anders Martin Bruun
"I see myself as an independent businessman, an artist, a designer, a Goldsmith and an entertainer that loves to become absorbed in the small details in whatever I'm working on at the moment. I express myself by being as precise and pure as possible, and I find it very challenging and exciting to work with Trollbeads.
In designing a bead, I try to combine humour and details with a certain amount of cuteness and it's important for me to integrate the hole into the design of a bead. I get my inspiration from the diversity of the world and from the quirkiness of everyday life. “
The Rose Spacer is designed by Anders Martin Bruun. Anders is a designer who has made multiple designs for Trollbeads, but this is actually his first bead with flowers.
Most silver Trollbeads are modelled using the so-called 'cire perdu' or 'lost wax' method.
This 3000 years old technique allows for fine details to be reproduced from wax to precious metals. First, the design is sculptured in wax. Next step is the casting process, which begins with a plaster model. The wax is then melted out and silver is replaced. After, the silver bead is cooled and removed from the cast.
The cleaning process begins, to make the bead ready for oxidization. The oxidation process is actually the natural tarnish process that air has on silver, just speeded up. The oxidized bead is now washed and polished in a tumbler. The silver prototype is finished and a new bead is born.