1) "Opus or the shortened form op. after the title of a piece of music means “work”. It is followed by a number. When a composer writes his or her first piece of music it could be called “opus 1”. The next composition would then be called “opus 2”, etc."
2) Opus like opium poppy.
Hand made from brass, fresh water pearls and with sterling silver scrolls and posts in our London studio.
Brilliantly easy to look after, each pair comes with a polishing cloth & a small cutting of wire wool, which can be used much in the same way as the cloth, but works abrasively to remove the gradual process of oxidisation and works to retain the satin gold colour of the brass.
For production of this hand-made piece, please allow up to 2 weeks + Shipping time. Please get in touch with the studio if you need your order quickly, or for a special occasion via firstname.lastname@example.org
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