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Abstract Enamelled Copper Pendant | THATAWAY (01)

£20.00

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One-Off Abstract Enamelled Copper Pendant

Abstract Enamelled Copper Pendant | THATAWAY (01)Abstract Enamelled Copper Pendant with a visualisation the countryside with intriguing little footpaths in every direction that leave you wondering “Where to next?”

That’s why I called it THATAWAY… could have called it “Thisaway” I suppose but I don’t think that is a real word.

The pendant has sections of coloured enamel with some random black lines that depict these mysterious footpaths pulling us in different directions when out on a walk.

I have enamelled the back of the pedant in chestnut brown. Some days you can wear it the other way if you feel like it.

I will send this colourful pendant on a black cotton cord as pictured. If you would prefer to have a chain instead please let me know when placing the order and I will swap the cotton cord for a copper coloured plated chain with a lobster clasp

This pendant can also be worn on a torc necklace available in my online shop.

One-off Enamelled Copper Pendant Size: 5 cm long and 2.5 cm wide.

My selection of enamelled jewellery makes wonderful gifts, and I am happy to make this style of colourful pendants to order.

I recently received a grant from our local district council which allowed me to buy an enamelling kiln. This has added a whole new dimension to the enamelled pieces I can make.

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