Pale Green Bowl Slider Pendant with Copper and Silver

Pale Green Bowl Slider Pendant with Copper and Silver

Pale green enamel ripples and bubbles in a deep red copper bowl. Deep red copper peeks through along the edges of the bowl and influences the green on the thinner parts of the enamel. Copper nestles in silver and depresses inward creating a bowl shape. Sides and the back of this hollow form pendant are silver.

A fun way to add color to your day!

No two pendants of this style are alike. Each piece has its own color and texture variation due to the hand-crafted process.

Approximately 1/2 inch diameter, 1/4 inch deep. Hand-crafted, hollow form. Signed on the back. Shown here on a 5-strand 18″ black omega necklace.

Double Delight! Two-sided Pendant – Silver, Copper, and Mokume

Double Delight! Two-sided Pendant – Silver, Copper, and Mokume

Softly brushed silver is the foundation for this unique double-sided hollow form pendant.

In the center of one side is copper and silver mokume. As the piece matures, the copper will respond to the environment, and deepen in color, heightening the intensity of the mokume pattern.

On the other side, a polished copper bowl is the central focal point. As with the mokume, the copper’s color will shift.

3/4 inch diameter, 1/4 inch deep. Hand-crafted and one-of-a-kind. Signed.

Shown below with a five-strand black omega necklace.

Photos of Matagi Sorensen’s work by Holly Troy.

Super Big Full Moon Amethyst Lotus Seed Pendant

Super Big Full Moon Amethyst Lotus Seed Pendant –

Hand-carved polished silver frames faceted amethyst in this hollow form shadowbox pendant. An absolutely gorgeous piece that is sure to be noticed.

Brilliant purple amethyst beautifully translates light no matter what the lighting happens to be. Exquisite!

This piece measures 1 3/4 inches. It 1/4 inch deep. Signature on the back. Hand-made, hollow form – one-of-a kind.

Matagi Sorensen is a Yavapai-Apache jewelry designer, silversmith, and printmaker. His work is inspired by the natural world, industrial decay, and yoga. Based in Phoenix, Flagstaff, and the Verde Valley, his work can be found throughout Arizona, the United States, Europe and on his online shop matagifineart.com. Wholesale enquiries are welcome.

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