Jewelry bronze pendant with patina. Made with the lost wax technique, which is a sculptural procedure that dates back to Greece in the 5th and 6th centuries BC, through which metal figures (traditionally bronze) are obtained by means of a mold that is made from a prototype traditionally made of wax.
This initial mold is covered by a wide layer of soft material that solidifies. Once hard, it is put in the oven and the wax melts, exiting through holes created for this purpose and, in its place, the molten metal is injected, which takes the exact shape of the mold. To finish the final piece, it is necessary to remove the mold, polish it and give it the desired finish (nuanced, varnish or patina).
Delivery is normally made in less than 6 business days, depending on the country. Shipments may take a little longer during peak season. Our goal is to satisfy all requests in the shortest possible time. However, keep in mind that our bronze pieces are handmade and may be made especially for you in cases of sizes, specific colors or lack of stock.