A large, crashing wave of silver and gold forms this eye-catching neckpiece by Tom Kruskal. Tom's studio is in Somerville, Massachusetts. Working on his anvil supported by a massive tree stump, Tom designs and fabricates each piece by hand, using precious metal wire. By forging the delicate curls and swirls with his hammer, each piece is given immense strength and durability.
The largest wave of this piece is sterling silver. It crashes with a little wave made of 14 karat yellow gold. The double waves are attached to a sterling silver rounded box chain, with a lobster claw clasp. The necklace can be worn at either 17, 18, or 19 inches.
The wave motif measures 2.5 inches long and is completed with Tom's signature lightly hammered high-polish finish.
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