The tetrahedron is one of the most fundamental three-dimensional shapes, made up of four triangular faces, each attached to the others. An arrangement of five interlocking tetrahedra was found by Edmund Hess in 1876. This drop pendant is our variant of this intricate construction. If you follow the paths through the form, you will see that they visit the four corners of a perfect tetrahedron.
Also available as a set of earrings.
Our Metal jewelry is created through a lost-wax casting process. A mold of the object is 3D printed in high-resolution wax, a plaster mold is created around the wax, and the wax is replaced by molten metal. Brass and Bronze jewelry will patina over time.