A rough diamond of green champain colour is set like a house atop a tree. the tree itself is modelled in wax and cast in 935 Sterling silver. The bell is chased from a sheet in Cu6Sn bronze. Upon it, four rivers are visible, melted in in 800 silver. All silver parts are blanched into a pure silver surface for a long white lustre. Pendant in cobalt-chromium alloy; contains nickel. Hammer in 935 Sterling silver. The bail and stone setting are end forged, the tree trunk likewise, which results in a very stable construction. This bell is kept sturdy on purpose, its sound a full, focussed chime ov about 10 seconds.
Signed and hallmarked "CuSn" inside the bell.
Due to Artfinder's regulations about the minimum size, I can state the true dimensions only here:
hight: 58,3 mm
diameter at the brim: 30,5 mm
weight: 30,28 grams,
weight of the rough diamond: 0,08 grams.
bronze, cobalt/chromium alloy, silver, copper, diamond