Copper And Brass Triptych Egyptian Collar-Sun And Rays

After I discovered an interesting art form used in painting I set out to make my own "triptych" art through a jewelry piece. This was made after I wanted to start soldering mixed metals.
Which turned out to be more of a challenge than I realized.
To start I printed the images on sticky paper, cut them out and placed them on the copper sheet. Then I cut the copper sheet using a jeweler's saw. I also drew the "panels" for the sun , fire and flames, cut them out and soldered each piece onto the brass panels.
I added some holes, made jump rings an attached the panels. After all of this the most labor intensive part started and that was polishing to a mirror finish. All of this was done by hand and then a museum quality micro crystalline polish was used to retard the patinastion process.

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