Pendants

Gallery of handmade pendant designs.

A Little Sparkle…

by Lynda Carson. (Spring Valley, CA) Adding some old world charm to a necklace with a crystal chandelier replacement piece. By tin soldering the edge, I added an even more antique look to this crystal. These versatile components also have a back side that is flat and lends itself to adding scrap book or decorative […]

Seasons of the Tree of Life

by Nancy Vaughan. (San Diego, CA) Over the past couple of years I’ve been making Tree of Life pendants using gem stone chips. The seasons have been either spring or autumn with circle or oval frames. Recently I decided to make a Tree of Life sun catcher. Since I had made spring or autumn in […]

Twisted Love, Flame Worked Glass Art Bead Necklace

by Cherie Elksong. (Southeastern Arizona) I don’t get to be on the torch, making lampwork glass creations, on a daily, or even weekly basis, so when I do get the chance, I try to create something interesting! This focal bead was a practice in balancing asymmetrical form, color combination, applying metal leaf and carving, after […]

My Simply Southwest Pendant

by Linda. (Phoenix, Arizona) I made this from a piece of Sandstone and a chunk of Turquoise… I live in Arizona and my Home is New Mexico… so a piece close to my Heart. It is wrapped with Sterling Silver Wire. I have been designing in Wire since 2000 when I found a Wire Artist […]

Fairy Floss Suncatcher

by Erinn LaMattery. (Japan) I love making these suncatchers, they end up being about 5″ from end to end. I find a certain sense of fulfillment in cutting out and shaping the wire, texturing it, adding the stones, finishing it off, and then hanging it up somewhere to gaze at until someone purchases it. When […]

Colgante

by María Antonieta Calabacero Jiménez. (Chile) Translated from Spanish: This pendant is made of recycled copper, bronze and pearl coral. Hanging red leather cord closure and brooches are made with copper wire also recycled. I still have no watermark because I have not started a business yet. The original Spanish: Este pendiente está hecho con […]

Opal / Rock Pendant

by Miriam Laister. (Normanville, South Australia) I bought a piece of opal in a rock base, sold as a display piece, from a local gem and mineral show. I got my husband to slice a piece off one edge and roughly shape and polish. I then wire wrapped to form a pendant. In the right […]

My First Tree of Life Pendants

by Carla Krae. (Anaheim, CA) I ended up with these earring hoops that were supposed to come open for stringing beads on and didn’t, saw tree of life examples online, and figured I had a way to use them. So I made all these this past weekend. Already had the beads and the wire. Carla […]

The Classic Copper Penny

by Diane Schamp. (Great Lakes Region) This is what a penny looked like back in the late 1700’s to mid 1800’s. They were about 3mm larger than our modern day 25 cent coin. These “Large Cent” coins were minted from 1793 to 1857 at the mint in Philadelphia, the only U.S. Mint at the time. […]

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