Silver clay jewelry
Silver clay jewelry is a new passion of mine. From shapeless clay comes beautiful fine silver jewelry for you to wear and adore. Fine silver is .999 silver while sterling is .925 silver, so many people with silver sensitivities find that they can wear fine silver more easily. Care for your fine silver jewelry just like you would sterling jewelry - store separately in a zipper bag and polish lightly with a sunshine cloth or other gentle polishing cloth.
Silver slip leaf pendants
This pendant started life as a real gingko leaf that I coated with many thin layers of silver clay slip. A sparkly cubic zirconia was added along with streamers of silver clay and spheres of silver shot. It was then fired, polished and antiqued into its final form shown here. Priced at $75, this pendant is a piece of nature that will last a lifetime with similar care given to other silver jewelry.
This lovely hibiscus flower is done with an antique chocolate mold. The set in place stone is a cubic zirconia and can be done in a number of different colors. Done with silver clay rather than slip, this substantial pendant is priced at $65.
This stamped pendant is made using my signature dragon logo rubber stamp and rolled silver clay. The amethyst cubic zirconia can be replaced with other colors, and the bail can be made to fit thin chains or even omega chains. Custom pendants can be made from a favorite rubber stamp as well. Prices will vary depending on the size of the stamp - this dragon pendant with a large bail is just $55.
Embossed paper pendants
Fantasy animals take shape in pieces of embossed paper painted with layers of silver clay slip. Here, a fantail fish makes a fun pendant. Other shapes may look like peacocks, dolphins, or even just abstract designs. Prices range from $45 to $65, depending on the size and weight. This fantail fish is priced at $55.