You can find information about the historical Izmir clock tower herehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/İzmir_Clock_Tower
What techniques did I use while doing this study (you can access all of these jewelry design trainings for free):
Nazo dome : https://youtu.be/bXaVyE1hwTU
Double cubic raw : https://youtu.be/MjTBqVLWMqw
How to make bead tassel : https://youtu.be/ADxBxOlWdpQ
How to make a Nazo drop : https://youtu.be/Uv8LWakqzoc
I have always been inspired by historical artifacts. I love to create them in wearable pieces with beads and strings. I have many necklaces that I've designed and created in this way, inspired by historical artifacts. İzmir Clock Tower is also a necklace that I loved creating by using beads. It took me a lot of time to design this necklace, decide which techniques to use it. It was especially difficult to find 4 small identical size clocks and embed them into the creation. I liked the color of the seed beads and decided to use them. But the holes of the beads were too small compared to the other 11/0 beads. For this reason, I worked most of the necklace without a needle. I explained what techniques I used in the making of the necklace in the pragraphs at the top of my article with the links to my videos. Apart from these, I used peyote technique, quadrature technique and brick techniques.
Note: The wristwatches I use are real, I used it as an accessory, but they don't work watches.