Strictly said, the name is not quite correct: since the girl's hair is made of an alloy of pure gold and palladium only, it is much darker - and harder - than it would be in pure gold only. Inspired by the film "El Destino" by Salvador Dali, I have brought his vision of a bell-girl, or girl-bell, towards the Pacific ocean. In her breast, there is a 0,27 carat aquamarine, and the bell in 935 Sterling silver, cast in a series of 20 pieces and chased into its larger and taller size and sound is embellished with one of the most well known meanders from Trobriand islands. Full and strong sound with a focused overtones. The wavy bail is made of 800 silver with 14% palladium and is, like the girl's upper body, end forged. The pendant is made of an extremely durable and low reactive special alloy of cobalt, chrome, iron, nickel, molybdenum, manganese and silicium and contains 16% nickel. The hammer in 950 silver. Signed and hallmarked well above the brim inside the bell.
Due to Artfinder's programmed limits of the minimum size of artworks, I can only state the true dimensions of it here:
height: 49 mm
diameter at the brim: 20 mm
weight: 10,8 grams.
silver, copper, palladium, gold, aquamarine