Silver

Silver

From the ancient worlds of Byzantium and Egypt 4,000 years ago, to the New World mines of Mexico and Peru during the 17th and 18th centuries, the lure of silver has fascinated kings and conquerors. Silver is softer than titanium so I mostly use it as a inlay. The lighter shade of grey is a nice contrast with the darker grey titanium.

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