Sunday, November 11, 2007

Mystery blue stone, Sterling Silver pendant

This is a 1" circle diameter, hammered to create texture, 18 gauge round SS wire to frame it, 26 gauge fine silver bezel wire to set my blue mystery stone. I will be smoothing out the bezel more with a burnisher.

8 comments:

"Lady Namu" said...

so where's my gift? ;-)
u owe me 2 BTW, one extra for forgetting my bday till Ruchi reminded you:)

Nikki said...

Hi swati this is gorgeous.
I am not a pro on stones but I am trying to learn. could this be a amazonite?

Swati Nigam said...

Thanks Nikki! I have wondered too if this is an Amazonite.

Ruchi said...

what are you doing?? you are killing me with your awesome silver designs!! i won't let you sell any of these if you keep making such cool jewelery :)

The Bathroom Philosopher said...

Wow! They just keep getting better! How long does it take you to do something like this?

"Lady Namu" said...

see, I think such a silver pendant is a perfect bday gift..especially coz u wished me late;-)

how many more hints do I have to give you now!!! lol

achaa dd, please send me the brochures - PDF's over email

Swati Nigam said...

LOL! Really? You guys like this one so much? I actually prefer the wire jewelry over the sawed and soldered ones. Maybe its because the wire jewelry is not like "regular" jewelry...and because it has to do with sculpting with hands...I have always loved sculpting...clay, polymer clay, plaster of paris...and now with wire. Jofus, it takes a day's work to make something like this because it involves sawing, texturing, soldering and dealing with baby's tantrums ;). Namu, I'll have to convert that to pdf, will ask Swami to do it.

Shay Stone said...

I love the mysteriousness to this piece. It's great!

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