Copper Disc Pendant | OCTOPUS’S GARDEN 02

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Description

One-Off Enamelled Copper Disc Pendant

Copper Disc Pendant Octopus’s Garden is a fun piece with colourful enamel.

The first pendant I made in this series was an experiment in melting crushed glass on a bed of enamel when I first started enamelling. When it came out of the kiln I wasn’t sure but once it had cooled down it looked like an underwater scene to me. Hence Octopus’s Garden.

For this piece I started with some dark blue enamel and then after one firing added different shades of blue and fired the piece again.

I really do like it and will be creating more pieces like this.

Enamelled Copper Disc Pendant | OCTOPUS’S GARDEN 02 is 4 cm round.

The back of the pendant was enamelled with translucent mahogany enamel and covered with a clay based anti-scale product which has given it a speckled finish.

I will send this colourful pendant on a vegan suede black cord as pictured. If you would prefer a copper coloured plated chain then please say so at the time of placing your order and I will send a chain instead.

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

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

I 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. Some of the pendants I have created in recent months have definitely been very special even if I do say so myself.

Enamelled Pendants Handcrafted in Stamford, UK

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