Dusk and Dawn – Married Metals Dangling Earrings

This pair is completely handmade – the copper and silver were cut out with a jeweler’s saw and hand-hammered. The fluctuations in the metal catch light so that there are gentle glimmers of light with the movement of the earrings.

Turquoise and Silver Shadowbox Pendant II

Turquoise and Silver Shadowbox Pendant This piece was inspired by my recent cuff links commission. The silver is hand-cut and the piece is a hollow form with an opening to show the stone inside. I’ve blackened the silver in the back of the piece for a more dramatic “pop” of the turquoise. Very similar toContinue reading “Turquoise and Silver Shadowbox Pendant II”

Married Metals and Turquoise Dangling Earrings

Dangling Married Metals and Turquoise Earrings

These earrings are made of hand-hammered copper and silver and set with turquoise. They are approximately three inches long and about half an inch wide. The texture on the surface creates the effect of small waves catching light.

The ripples in the metal vary with each earring due to the hand-hammered process.

Dangling Married Metals and Turquoise Earrings
$78.00
this particular pair is SOLD, but a similar pair may be made to order

Turquoise and Brushed Silver Shadowbox Pendant

Turquoise and Brushed Silver Shadowbox Pendant

This piece is hand-hammered and hollow, one-of-a-kind not only for the stone, but for the body of piece. The back of the opening is blackened for a shadowbox affect. The chain for the pendant runs through the pendant. The turquoise is set into the back of the piece and is protected by the walls and front of the pendant.

I enjoy the modern use of classic southwestern materials – turquoise and silver.

This pendant may be worn anywhere, it’s clean lines make it a beauty for work or play.

It is about 3 inches long, about an inch wide at it’s widest point, and 3/8 of an inch thick.

Sun Meets Moon Shield – Married Metals Hand Hammered Earrings

I made these earrings last week in preparation for Tucson Meet Yourself, an annual folk festival in Tucson. I wish I made more than one pair because it sold immediately.

This pair is made of silver and copper hand hammered married metals with turquoise. They were a lot of fun to make! They look great on everyone.

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