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Blue Topaz in Cuttlebone

The texture of the Sterling silver was achieved through a casting process involving a cuttlefish bone. This ancient technique involves using the backbone of a cuttlefish to make a mold and then pouring molten metal into it. Each cuttlebone has a unique texture, similar to the uniqueness of our fingerprints. When the molten metal is poured into the mold, the metal receives the natural texture of the cuttlebone.

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