ANH Ceremonial Princess Leia necklace and bracelet set in real sterling silver( in progress)

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GhostOfThrawn

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Oh!! Thank you so much for the photos! I love some old Kalevala Koru jewelry, but.. cost is insane.(
I made few copies of Kalevala jewelry based just on their photos, for example on first photo is original and second - my copy. So people can see my work. Hope, that with this set quality will be same as my copies of other jewelry.
Wow! That is some really nice work!
 

gingerygrace

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Some news - I am in process of making necklace. Here is a quick pic I made today, sorry for bad quality - hope to add tomorrow more here. But, anyway, I am happy for what's coming out. I made my 3d model from scratch - here were lot of help from you, guys( and girls!)
 

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laellee

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I can't speak for the necklace, but when I worked up the bangle a couple of years ago, a one-off in solid silver from Shapeways was about $395 US, and rhodium-plated brass (not a durable) was around $290 US.
 

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DaddyfromNaboo

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I can't speak for the necklace, but when I worked up the bangle a couple of years ago, a one-off in solid silver from Shapeways was about $395 US, and rhodium-plated brass (not a durable) was around $290 US.
Shapeways since have changed their pricing policy on metal prints drastically a few years ago, unfortunately. Seems like metal laser sintering was not cost effective.
 

Halliwax

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Shapeways since have changed their pricing policy on metal prints drastically a few years ago, unfortunately. Seems like metal laser sintering was not cost effective.
I’ve noticed a huge spike in price differences as well. I think because of the virus, like all other materials they are through the roof

Especially copper and brass I couldn’t believe the prices last week when I went to order parts

They have the plated stuff for 1/4 the price but a lot of this prints requiring some sanding to fit.. and I am afraid of standing off the finish exposing the metal underneath..
 

gingerygrace

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So here we go!
I am still working on this models + on clasp model. Texture will be added at very very end. Don't look at sizes on models - they are not accurate, it's like "test" models.
 

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gingerygrace

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I have a question - Does anyone know, how was looking original closure of Carrie Fisher's necklace?
I saw too much versions of closure and stamps and didn't know, what was original
 

Mara Jade's Father

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I have a question - Does anyone know, how was looking original closure of Carrie Fisher's necklace?
I saw too much versions of closure and stamps and didn't know, what was original
I can’t give you a true answer but I feel as though this earlier posting might be correct…


The reason I think so is because I saw a posting of a necklace that was stated to be made in 1970 and it did not have the split panels. So I believe that feature was introduced later. If you read (and assume it is correct), then it seems like they made them that way till 1981. At least that is how I read it. Kay Dee Collection & Costumes - Star Wars Princess Leia Ceremonial Costume

Now if you are seeing other non-split variants, I am out of speculative thoughts.

Also, you remember I said I saw an image of them polishing the raised edges? I found it…
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of course this is a later necklace with the split so you have to speculate on whether they did this back in the 70s too, but I think they did.
 

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