Artist's description:

A violin-like instrument in pure palladium with the strings and the inlay in fine gold and a buttefly-like pair of ears on the back is snugly rivetted upon a bell in 800 silver chased with chased patterns, which may resemble dancing violins, but are also inspired by my journeys to Papua New Guinea. The bell's hammer is made of a hammered tongue of sterling silver and 800 platinum-iridium alloy workhardened for the construction and so is quite free of any wear for hundreds of years; the bell's tongue itself is always easily renewable. Light, long and full sound with bright overtones. Only the bell is rhodium plated.
Signed and hallmarked inside the bell.
Due to Artfinder's minimum size limits, I can state the real dimensions only here:
hight: 45 mm
diameter at the brim: 20,5 mm
weight: 14 grams.

Materials used:

silver, copper, palladium, gold, platinum, iridium, rhodium

ear fiddle bell (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Roman Tchoudov from Germany

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