This enamel illustrates autumn pale sunlight in the woodlands!
I’ve made “Autumn necklace” using vitreous enamel and sterling silver. Enamelling is done over copper blank with fused fine silver foil. First, I made the blank and counter-enamelled it. The enamel coat on the pieces’ back and surface is the result of applying several layers of enamel grains. I have bended and shaped the silver wires, and fused them on the basecoat enamel on the blank. Then, I start filling the created cells using enamel coats. After applying each layer, I fire the pieces in my kiln at around 785 degrees celsius. This is a technique called “cloisonne”.
And then, the woodland is set in silver and I hanged a pretty agate stone to complement the setting✔
The diameter of the enamel is about 2.9-3 cm and the height of pendant from bail to the stone is about 7.3 cm
The pendant will come with a beautiful chanin necklace