Fabricated from Sterling, yarn, and glass beads.
This comes out of the mind of my wife, Christine. She knitted the necklace and I fabricated the closer.
Detail of the closer.
Fabricated Sterling. Approximately 1 1/2 inches.
This pair of crosses was commissioned for a confirmand and sponsor. They’re a variation of some I’ve done previously. These are smaller, and with a little difference in emphasis.
This shows one of the crosses with a chain.
These articulate for movement.
Fabricated Sterling and commercial chain.
I’m just playing around with the bells.
Admittedly, it’s a little ridiculous. But it sure was fun.
It’s just what Mrs. Claus needs on a cold winter night.
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.
Just finished. Been at this one for a couple of years. Thirty-eight beads; about 15 minutes to make each one. The four large beads are about 9/16″, the small ones are about 3/8″. The total length is just under 19″. The beads are hollow, but it still has a little over 2 1/4 oz. of silver.
There are four large beads, six medium sized, and 28 of the smaller ones.
A lobster claw clasp holds it securely. It’s held together with a vinyl seven strand stainless wire, doubled.
It fits like a loose choker.