This neckpiece is made from layers of rippled silicone. Sheets of the material are made then shaped into ruffles. The ruffles are made by sewing a continuous line of fishing line through them. This line also creates the necklace chain.
The components are made from casted resin urchins, then layered silicone pieces are glued underneath. The brooch frame is made from a silver frame, the top components are connected by posts that are drilled into the resin.
The bronze feature is made from a wax casting. This piece is attached to the silver frame with a claw setting. The rippled silicone piece is removable and is held in with the tension of the frame and bronze top.
The casted bronze rings are created with a wax mould of expanding foam and a wax shank is added.
They have been adorned with silver features riveted on. Such features include domes, tubing and formed twisted metal.
The silver elements are comprised of domed and drilled sheet. 1mm wire is then rolled down and formed with pliers to create tendrils. These parts are then soldered onto a silver wire frame to create the brooch.