Mosaic C10 Black-White

For Ring model C10 and Cufflinks C14
Material: Polymer Clay
Measures: 13,5x13mm
Weight: 0,7gr
Made in Italy


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Opus tessellatum in Latin, mosaic is a technique that involves the use of tesserae – small cubes of stone, marble, glass, ceramic or other hard material of uniform size – applied to a surface to form ornamental and geometric patterns. This technique is often used in parallel with opus sectile – which only foresees the use of larger marble slabs – as can been seen in the floors of the San Marco Basilica in Venice. The first examples of homogeneous opus tessellatum with same-size tesserae trace back to early 2nd century B.C.
At the end of the 1st century B.C. a new trend takes over and black and white mosaic becomes the prevailing technique at least until the second half of the 2nd century A.D, due to lower cost of implementation.

CōDICEDS jewels are the result of manual processing and finishes that give each object a unique set of characteristics. Therefore replicas of the same model may not look identical and any differences that may result are not to be considered as flaws.

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