The Golden Hours is Anna Monet's classic, and earliest style that has remained a favorite and is still evolving in its many color variations.
Verdigris or ‘green of Greece’ is a dazzling form of metallic pigmentation used since the Middle Ages to give metals a bluish-green patina through a process called atmospheric oxidation. Anna Monet's technique involves combining sea salt and natural oxidants to achieve a unique shade.
** Please note this is a hand-dyed item so variations in tone and color are normal.
-Ethically sourced materials
-Madder root horsehair
- sculptural metal base
Proudly handmade in San Francisco, CA
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