Electroformed Jewelry

So, What is Electroforming?

         Electroforming is an intricate electrochemical process that plates a layer of metal through electrodeposition. Layers of metal are deposited on a negatively charged object that is suspended in an electrolytic bath. First discovered in 1810 by Professor Moritz Von Jacobi, the exotic and costly process has been famously used by Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, and Micheal Faraday in their works. The electroforming process can take anywhere between 16-30 hours of work per piece,  and requires knowledge of chemistry and electronic sciences. The fickle process creates something completely unique and one of a kind. Truly, it is one of the closest things to real alchemy