first frost nasturtium necklace

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first frost nasturtium necklace

78.00

I decided to play with some shapes and vary from the perfect circle I have been using for so long. I took my inspiration from some nasturtium plants I had been growing on the fire escape. The irregular shape of the leaves intrigued me as I watered them day after day and with them in mind I stretched and hammered some perfect circles into a more organic shape. My colors are often inspired by nature and they take so well to this unusual leaf shape.

After I make a more organic shape the pendant is filled with crushed glass. Once the surface is well coated I torch fire the disc to fuse the crushed glass to the silver creating an even surface. I repeat the process until the surface of the silver is well covered in a rich hue. After I solder a bail to the pendants I add a satin finish to the silver back, string it on hand cut chain and solder on a handmade clasp. The final piece is about half an inch "round" and hangs on a 16 inch chain. [If you would like this necklace in a different length please contact me so we can make one that is perfect for you.]

This first frost necklace are the palest shade of green, just how grass looks under the first frost of the season.

Feel free to contact me with any questions or special requests you may have. xo, kim

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