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Every once in awhile, when I find something really spectacular, there will be a post like this. I’ll try not to gush too much but some things just have to be shared. How perfect that just as I am starting this blog, one of my favourite chainmaillers has created something absolutely inspiring.

From the Blue Buddha Boutique’s Rebeca Mojico comes this beautiful necklace, reminiscent of intertwined seaweed and aptly named Poseidon’s Embrace.

Poseidons Embrace - created by Rebeca Mojica of Blue Buddha Boutique

Created for a show, this stunning necklace uses over 14 000 coloured titanium rings and took over 100 hours to complete! What a feat of patience! Understandably this piece has already inspired those lucky enough to have been privy to some of the process over on the Ring Lord forums and I am sure it will impress many more. I look forward to hearing the results of the contest (and am very curious about the other entries!)

Make sure to check out their their other awesome work on their site, Blue Buddha Boutique and if you’re feeling inspired too, take a gander at their chainmaille supplies as well!

Good luck Rebeca!


Posted by Emily 4 comments


  1. Comment by Rebeca — March 24, 2009 @ 4:47 pm

    Thank you for the nice write-up and for the well-wishes! I am so glad that this piece has inspired you. And, in all honestly, I’m also glad the piece is finally finished! :-) Just today, I realized that if I took all the strands and lined them up, they would be seven feet long. Whew!

    Happy crafting to you!


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