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Blue necklace with wood
portrait Viktoria Münzker Ferus

I'm a professional jewellery artist born in Slovakia and living in Austria. Since 2005 I'm taking part in international awards and exhibitions. 2012 I’ve won the first prize “Azur” Jewellery Art Contest International Baltic Jewellery Show ‘AMBER TRIP’, Vilnius Lithuania, 2013 First prize in Gioielli in Fermento Torre Fornello Award, Italy and 2016 First Prize in Arts and Craft International Design Award.

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Larimar Opal Pendant


“Larimar Opal pendant” was made in 2019 as a one of a kind jewellery piece, belonging to the collection Cycles of Nature.

This necklace is made of natural Larimar size 2 x 1,4 cm, natural Opal size 1 x 0,7 cm and silver 925.

The pendant is 4 x 1,5 x 0,9 cm large, the ball chain is 45 cm long.

The whole necklace weights 10,2 gram.

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“Larimar Opal pendant” was made in 2019 as a one of a kind jewellery piece, belonging to the collection Cycles of Nature.

Larimar is a blue pectolite found only in the Dominican Republic. This jewellery stone is attaining recognition for its rarity and the beauty of its colour. Its white/blue colour reminds of a cloudy sky, its drop-shape of clear water. Find more information about this stone here.

Precious opal used in this pendant has also drop-shape, but smaller. Its colour expresses between yellow, orange, red and green.

Out there are hundreds of species of unknown nature, strange like “aliens”. This is my vision about these natures. How I see these species, how they look like in my imagination. In the context are the material and the story, my searching in the past, for unknown and forgotten forms. I choose materials which I can “feel”. That means nature materials with some kind of spirit, materials with a touch, colour or light. I build a kind of bridges between the materials, fit them into each other, and make something special…

How far is it from the depths of the unknown oceans until you reach the depth of imagination, an unknown place where everything is possible? And in countless combinations? We move slowly, swim at the bottom of our thoughts and discover again and again what we have not even dreamed of. . . You ask yourself where this fantastic variety of impossible forms and mystical colors comes from? What inspires the nature in her creations?