Cuttlebones and the Sepia Collection

Using the bone  from the cuttlefish (Sepia Officinalis) to produce small metal objects is an ancient technique dating back thousands of years.


The natural growth rings  of the bone are leaving their individual lines on the metal object and are usually removed by the crafts-person.

In my case I use these beautiful ridges, if you like, the finger-print of the cuttlefish, as the main feature in my Sepia collection.
See for yourself and follow the collection as it grows steadily day by day

Read about the fascinating creatures here

All items from this collection are One-of-a-kind but may be re-worked to your requirements

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