Enjoy! Sterling and copper. Approximately 1 inch.
Fabricated silver, garnet and aquamarine beads. Approximately 1 1/2 inches.
Out in the sunshine showing a bit of the stones’ depth.
One more, a close up. All the pieces pivot on the rivet going through the bail.
Sterling buckle, keeper, and leather belt. Approximately 2.5 inches. I’ve been out of commission for a bit. Back in the workshop today for the first time in four months. It felt really good. The buckle was previously made, but I manufactured the keeper and cut the belt today. Not bad for one eye! Detail highlighting buckle, embellishment, and keeper.Reverse. Here one can see the dimension and the embellishment.This is the full view of the buckle, belt and the two embellishments. This can be custom fit to your dimensions. Note there is only one hole in the belt. $250
Sterling. Approx. 4 inches.
The sheet stock that makes up the bulk of the form is reclaimed Sterling and hand-milled to a thickness of 22 gauge. The cross-piece is 10 gauge wire.
A variant of the Chi Rho (see the July 4 post below). This will also be a wedding gift for a Christian family.
Sterling and 14k gold. Approx. 4.5 inches.
A wedding gift for my son and his wife. This fairly traditional cross was constructed from two pieces of heavy-gauged square Sterling wire with a bail of 14k gold wire. It required quite a bit of hand work to get the edges square and sharp. In order to keep the cleanness I did all the polishing by hand using increasingly finer gritted sand paper then polishing compounds on leather then flannel. Sometimes the pieces that look the simplest require the most effort.
Detail highlighting the join and the bail.
How it looks on a wall.