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WORDCHAIN necklace

WORDCHAIN necklace

Collection LUUSER POETRY was inspired by the artists love for manual typesetting in typography.

 

In particular, she really liked the wooden and tin blocks of equal sizes used in manual typesetting, which give the letters their peculiar square shapes. Due to the interesting source of inspiration, the artist dedicatesd the series to the most influential person in the history of culture, who was, among other things, a goldsmith. He is responsible for what a lot of graphic design, graffiti art, and BLING culture looks like. Of course, we are talking about Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the printing press, a loser who went bankrupt many times in his life.

  • Measurements: 1,5 cm x 74 cm x 1 cm

    Weight: 35 grams

    Material: laser-cut aluminum letters, connections, and findings in silver.

     

     

    This necklace is made from metals, and some oxidation is natural. Darker spots created by oxidation can be avoided and removed by cleaning and polishing. It is recommended to keep jewelry in a dry box, safe from damage, when not worn.

     

  •  SHIPPING

     

    Our products ship from European Union, Estonia, using national postal services. We ship products worldwide. Shipping to countries under sanctions is not possible.

     

    RETURN & REFUND POLICY

     

    If you are dissatisfied with the product you can return it in 14 days and get a full refund. Return shipping is not covered. 

     

    PAYMENT

     

    At checkout, you can choose between using PayPal, Credit Card or making a manual payment (aka bank transfer).

     

    Manual payments (further info on how is at checkout) can be made from anywhere, but your bank might have additional charges when you are from another country than Estonia or from a country not in the European Union. Please take into count that a manual payment might be transferred in 1-5 days and the order will be shipped only after the transfer has been received.

     

     

€363.00Price

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