Made from Binchotan Charcoal and silver plated; stand made out of Oak and London Plane
Spring starts and the sun stays out longer. Its warmth is felt. Carbon dioxide levels have been rising still the previous Autumn, and it is only in May in which the levels will reduce due to photosynthesis byproducts.
For this new growth, Living with CO2 proposes an amulet to carry: a piece of charcoal silver plated.
Charcoal is another state of trees. It is traditionally used to heat homes or draw. As charcoal is mostly pure carbon, it is an easy way to relate to the element and to silver plate is to do ‘carbon capture’ in a symbolic way. It is also a cheaper option than diamonds, another jewelery composed mostly of pure carbon.