This tartar is a thin crystalline film which fixes itself in the wooden barrels and sparkles like a thousand lights! Partially polished, it is set inside a circle of gypsum and in brass circle.
From the extraction of the stone to the finishing touches, everything is done in the estate’s workshop by Elisa Klur, winegrower-jeweler.
Like a cartography on one side, a hilly landscape on the other, each piece is unique and you will use it according to your mood of the day! It is Handmade from A to Z from Pinot Noir and Riesling tartar!
This jewelry is made by hand, from tartar plates collected in my cellar, therefore each piece is unique, and will have its own characteristics and colors (red and white tartar or a mixture of the two), and may vary from the images shown above.
This piece of jewelry has been made of brass with a brushed finish, it is a metal that acquires a patina over time, a characteristic which, in my opinion, is very important, I see them as pieces with their own history, just like the plates of tartar before becoming jewelry.
Embrace their aging and metamorphosis, because it is truly a magical process.
If you prefer a shiny piece of jewelry, lemon juice and baking soda are a natural brass cleaner. Mix the juice of half a lemon and 1 teaspoon of baking soda to form a paste and rub on the brass. Leave the mixture on for 5 minutes and wipe it off with a warm, damp cloth.
Technical information :
Material: Wine tartar, Jesmonite (gypsum), Brass
Dimensions: 33 mm diameter, 19 mm depth (with an 8 mm pin)
Weight: 21 g
Packaging: This jewel is placed in a pretty cardboard box and wrapped in sheep’s wool from our own Raka sheep.
This 2022 vintage was produced in very small quantities, contact me by email for more information on availability: email@example.com
(It is also available in 925 silver to order.)