Another minimal piece, the sun☀ tree 🌳 and cabin 🛖!
I’ve made this “minimal enamel pendant” using vitreous enamel and sterling silver. Enamelling is done over copper blank . 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 enamel is set in silver and I hanged a pretty Australian mookaite to complement the setting✔
The width of the pendant is about 2.5cm and the height of pendant from bail to the stone is about 5.7cm
The pendant will come with a solid sterling silver chain necklace