The transcendent beauty of the Star of David is highlighted with colorful, shimmering patterns against a contrasting black background. Smooth against your skin and coordinating with so many colors, this is one pendant you'll want to wear every day for a touch of inspiration.
The wonder of dichroic glasswork dates all the way back to 4th century Rome, where it was prized for its ability to change color in the light. The term "dichroic" refers to the splitting of color wavelengths of light in two directions which creates a fascinating, colorful sparkle.
- Sterling silver components & dichroic glass
- 0.75" H x 0.75" W (1.9 x 1.9 cm)
- Optional 18" L (45.7 cm) sterling chain
- Handcrafted in & fairly traded from Mexico
Due to the handmade process of dichroic glass, colors and patterns may vary.
In 2003 Johana Vazques was a single mom in Guadalajara struggling to support five children on her own when she heard about Dichrodreams -- a local enterprise which taught locals the art of dichroic glassmaking. Johana entered the training program and was soon making beautiful jewelry. She began earning a living wage, and her family's future changed forever.
Johana puts it this way: ""Through my hard and skilled work I have been able to give food, shelter, education, and medical attention to my five kids. Two of the older ones now work in the company. It has been a world of opportunities for all of us.""
Iridescent dichroic glass is made by combining crystal and metal at high heat, an art form that originated in ancient Rome. The artisans of Dichrodreams took the craft a step further by incorporating sterling silver into the mix in 1999, experimenting with new techniques. The result is an exceptional work of art. Today Dichrodreams jewelry is sold in 55 countries, making it a leader in the dichroic glass and silver jewelry industry.
This was purchased as a gift and when I saw it, I almost kept it myself because it is so beautiful! I got the blue one and it is just mesmerizing to look at.