Tom Pigeon Mix and Match Balance Necklace
Mix and Match Balance Necklace
The new Mix Match necklace is a colourful nod to the Balance print series. Borrowing the colours and shapes from the prints, this necklace is handcrafted using Formica in blush and forest green and a panel of brushed brass. Finished with a gold plated snake chain.
Every piece of Tom Pigeon jewellery is made by hand in our Scottish studio and will arrive with you in a white Tom Pigeon jewellery box.
Formica and brushed brass
Pendant 60mm x 70mm
Gold Plated Snake Chain
White Match Box with Tom Pigeon Emboss
Made by hand in Scotland
Available to be seen in our Cotswolds store in Nailsworth.
All of the Tom Pigeon jewellery is made by hand, in their studio in Fife using a mixture of modern and traditional techniques and materials.
The metal pieces are precision etched in a family-run workshop on the West coast of Scotland before being finished in our studio. The metal used in the pieces is gently waxed to slow patination and tarnishing. Over time brass, copper and stainless steel will become darker and richer, developing a unique patina. To restore the original shine it is recommended that you gently polish with extra-fine wire wool. Alternatively you can use a polishing cloth (Tom Pigeon use Sunshine Polishing Cloths in the studio) or a gentle, polishing compound. Newly polished metal can be waxed with Renaissance Wax to protect the surface and avoid further tarnish. The stainless steel used is grade 316L (surgical steel). It won’t tarnish but if you want to polish it you can gently rub with a polishing cloth or use a soft cloth and a very small drop of vegetable oil or sweet almond oil.
Tom Pigeon jewellery is splash proof but please avoid direct contact with water, perfume, creams and other sprays as these may cause discolouration. Where we have supplied your jewellery in a box, we recommend that you store it in this. All jewellery is best stored in a box or another container to avoid scratches and discolouration. Keeping metal jewellery air tight will slow down the rate at which it develops a patina.