Toporzel pendant by Stanislaw Szukalski (black ruthenium)
Pendant, covered in black ruthenium, from the “Toporzel” collection, inspired by Stanislaw Szukalski’s art. The “Toporzel” emblem was designed by Stanislaw Szukalski in 1935 as a symbol of a newly reborn Poland. Its seemingly simple form of ax crossed with an eagle is, in reality, loaded with symbolism and meaning. Proposed by the artist in the interwar period reflected perfectly the spirit of this time.Learn more
Made of bronze, in order to honor the millenniums-long artistic tradition of bronze sculpture, this pendant is a small work of art, covered in black ruthenium to add another layer of elegance to this exquisite object.
Dimensions: 21 mm width x 27 mm height.
Suspended either on a chain 50 cm long or on a black cord 45 cm long plus adjustment chain 4,5 cm in silver color.
Collection “Toporzel” by Stanislaw Szukalski designed for the Galerie Roi Doré. Manufactured in Paris.