A black and white Victorian-era crow illustration is sealed with resin in an 8mm antiqued silver-plated setting with hypoallergenic surgical stainless steel posts.
Christine scans each image using her collection of vintage ephemera and prints the images on archival paper. She then hand-pours the resin and cures for 72 hours, making it water-resistant and lighter than a glass cabochon, and less likely to crack than glass or plastic.
Metal is plated brass alloy (lead-free and nickel-free) and not suitable for bathing or swimming.
Packaged on a sturdy recycled paper 2x2-inch kraft card with description.
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