Hand Formed Glazed Pendants, Fired in Our Kiln at Over 1,800 Degrees

by Sandy Hirsch.
(Reno, Nevada)

Hand Formed Glazed Pendants, by Sandy Hirsch  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

The clay beads were formed and fired by me.

I added crystals and other filler pieces and some pendants like butterflies depending on the season.

Hand Formed Glazed Pendants, by Sandy Hirsch  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

My basic theme is “Using Colors in Nature”.

Hand Formed Glazed Pendants, by Sandy Hirsch  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

In firing the clay at over eighteen hundred degrees, the pendants become much more durable and the glazing process becomes much more fun and creative.

Hand Formed Glazed Pendants, by Sandy Hirsch  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Thank you for enjoying them.

Sandy Hirsch
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