Copper and Sterling. Just under an inch each.
The copper sheets these are cut from I’ve had for more than 40 years. My father reclaimed the copper from a construction site he was working. Over the years I’ve used the copper for a variety of projects. These pendants seemed a good use also. Through time, the copper will patinate (tarnish) giving them an oranger glow. Happy Halloween,
Over the past two weekends I’ve been working on a theme: circles divided in half. Must be feeling the equinox.
Fabricated Sterling and lapis lazuli. Approximately 1 inch.
This is a brushed finish, giving it a bit of patina. I thought it suited this piece well.
The image below shows the articulation. I like to give the pieces movement.
This is the sketch I started with.
Fabricated silver, garnet and aquamarine beads. Approximately 1 1/2 inches.
A derivative of an older design (see the post dated June 11). This is a commissioned piece. I think it works.
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.
Fabricated Sterling. The cube is just under a 1/4 each side.
Forged Sterling. 1.5 inches. The embellishment is a riveted ring.