Our TRI collection has quickly become a signature CMD style, and we’re often asked how we achieve the tri-toned effect within a single piece. We love taking you behind-the-scenes in the studio, so read on to learn about the process that brings TRI to life.
We begin with a piece of gold, either yellow or rose, and solder it to a piece of silver. Once the metals are fused, we oxidize the entire silver section (meaning that portion of the pendant will have a black finish). We then strip the oxidization off part of the silver, leaving the matte black finish on a small sliver of the piece for a unique juxtaposition.
What are your favorite TRI pieces? We’d love to hear how you wear the collection!
Starting Friday, ALL of our Happy Hour creations will be available for purchase at a discount for ONE week only! No, the Ring Bar HH isn't going away for good, but we'll be putting it on pause for the month of October while I get my new studio set up in Asbury Park, NJ. Be sure to tune in [...]
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