Orange and Green Enamelled Pendant | VOLCANO


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One-Off Orange and Green Enamelled Pendant

Gorgeous Orange and Green Enamelled Pendant which looks like a VOLCANO Erupting above a lush green valley.

This Pendant has two main colours, Orange and Green. Some red and orange enamels get black spots if fired in the enamelling kiln for too long or too many times. I think that creates amazing effects.

I gave the copper disc and extra thick layer of bright orange enamel powder and put it in the kiln for a bit longer than the usual 2.5 minutes I fire these pieces for. I love what this process achieved.

The back of the pendant was enamelled has a plain grass green enamelled finish.

Orange and Green Enamelled Pendant | VOLCANO is 4 cm round.

I will send this colourful pendant on a vegan suede black cord becuas eI think it looks good on it. If you prefer a copper coloured plated chain then please say so at the time of placing your order and I will send on a chain instead.

See last images below to see how the pendant looks with a chain. Both are very popular so I thought I should offer you the choice.

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.

Each one will be a unique piece of art jewellery.

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.

Enamelled Pendants Handcrafted in Stamford, UK


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