This is a one of a kind pierced and hammered marriage of metals pendant. I soldered the copper, brass and silver together and put it through a rolling mill until it appeared to be one metal sheet. Then the shape was cut out and the patterns sawed into the piece. The piece was then hammered into a tubular shape. A hole was drilled for the bale and a chain necklace added. The chain is 20.5 inches long and the pendant is about 3 inches long. $75. Click to purchase.
Mixed MetalsI use sterling silver, fine silver, argentium silver, copper and brass to make rings, pins, necklaces and bracelets. I sometimes make pieces where different metals are added as an accent, knitted together, or married together to create the base of the piece.
Lapidary and Fused GlassI create fused glass stones that combine colors and dichroic glass. I enjoy cutting large rocks and shaping and polishing stones to use in my pieces.
Wire and Cuttlefish Bone CastingMany of my pieces of jewelry have parts that use wire. Sometimes it is fused, or placed on a piece, sometimes it is knitted and used as a necklace or bracelet. I have just started using some basic casting techniques to make parts to include in some of my pieces.
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