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Enamelled Copper Flower Pendant 04 | ORANGE & BLACK

£18.00

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Orange & Black Enamelled Copper Flower Pendant 04

Copper Flower Pendant 04 enamelled in bright orange & black. I used a jeweller’s saw to cut out the flower shape from 0.7mm thick copper sheet and used hammers and daps to give it texture and form.

The pendant was then enamelled using opaque orange enamel and black crushed glass in my enamelling kiln. It has been given a liver of sulphur patina to give it a rich dark finish on the back.

Lovely little everyday wear pendant that would brighten up any outfit.

Pendant Drop including the bail is 5 cm. The flower is approximately 4.2 cm in diameter.
The chain is an anti tarnish copper coloured iron alloy. It is not a pure copper chain.

Enamelled Copper Flower Pendant
Comment by my friend Eve Marshall: Artisan Felter on Facebook 🙂 “Oooo the orange one reminds me of a monarch butterflies wings wow!”

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

Commissions welcome for enamelled flower pendants in various colours. Please do get in touch if you would like to order more than one colourful flower pendant.

Copper Flower Pendant 04 can be worn as a pendant, or if you would like to make it into a bag charm that is also possible. I can swap the chain for a trigger clasp. Just let me know when confirming your order.

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