The Tiny Amsterdam house pendants are my little tribute to the beautiful city of Amsterdam. I love this town, it's small enough to cycle it from point to point in only 40min, but big enough to embrace people from 170 nationalities... eclectic, forward-thinking, cool and at the same time super "gezellig" (cozy) and historical with houses which were built up to back in the 1500s. No matter the crazy weather or a hard day, looking at the pretty houses spread throughout the city always lifts my spirit.
I've made 9 houses of the most iconic facades that you will be able to see in Amsterdam, which feature some styles of gables such as the neck gable, bell gable, step gable, or tuit gable, and variations of them. I named each house with short words in Dutch that perfectly fit what this picturesque city radiates, and I hope that those words can also describe how you feel each time you wear the pendants!
If you want to have 2 or more houses together on the same necklace you can order it from this listing. Select in the menu the number of houses you want. In the text box you can specify which house types you want and the order in which you want me to put the houses together. If you don’t have any special preference for the order or the house types, I can choose them for you and it will be a surprise necklace when you receive it!
how it's made
I've made the models of the tiny houses meticulously by hand using traditional silversmithing techniques, no 3D printing involved! Then, I cast them in 925 Silver or 14k yellow gold in small batches and finish them by hand.
House size: ~3/16 cubic inch (4x3x7mm), they are REALLY TINY, half of my pinky fingernail, half of a pencil tip.
Chain length: 15" (38cm), ~16" (40cm) or ~18" (45cm). If you need a different length just let me know!
Solid Sterling Silver (925)
made to order
Every piece of jewelry is made especially for you. Please allow me 2-3 weeks for processing your order (or visit my READY TO SHIP section to see what I currently have in stock!).
Know more about the background of this collection at my blog: