Silver, Copper, and Turquoise Pendant

Silver, Copper, and Turquoise Pendant

Copper tops a fine silver and turquoise shadowbox pendant. The copper is heated to intensify its color, a process which creates intense variations in the color that are not entirely predictable. The stone has natural striations of browns, golds, and blues in it as well – making this a very unique piece. Fluid organic line in the “shadow” coupled with copper highlight the stone beautifully.

Hand-crafted, hollow form, one-of-a-kind. Signature style. Approximately two inches long and a quarter inch deep. Signed on the back.

Brushed Silver and Turquoise Pendant

Brushed Silver and Turquoise Pendant

This lovely striated turquoise stone contrasts beautifully with the even tone of brushed fine silver—a classic combination.

Simple, clean design in this hollow form pendant. Shown here with a 7-strand silver omega necklace going through the piece.

Approximately two inches long by half an inch wide. 1/4 inch deep. Hand-crafted and one-of-a-kind. Signed on the back.

Neptune’s Daughter Meets Prometheus

Neptune’s Daughter Meets Prometheus

Two interlocking pieces of fine silver, turquoise, and coral may be worn together or separately in this one-of-a-kind hand-crafted necklace. Beautiful, ocean blue of turquoise meets fiery coral.

I made this piece for the Red Hook Antique Center in the Hudson Valley of New York.

Pearl in Silver Pendant

Pearl in Silver Pendant

White pearl rests in brushed silver. Sleek modern form meets nature.

Hollow form, hand-crafted. Shadowbox design. One-of-a-kind. 5/8 inch diameter, 1/4 inch deep. Signed on the back.

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.

Silver, Copper and Turquoise in Balance Pendant

Silver, Copper and Turquoise in Balance Pendant

The raw feel of hand-hammered brushed married metals and turquoise make this hollow form pendant look almost solid. AS the copper matures it will turn darker, adding to the raw nature of this piece.

Approximately two inches long by an inch wide, and a quarter inch deep. Hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind. Signed on the back.

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.

Round Turquoise Shadowbox Tao Pendant

Round Turquoise Shadowbox Tao Pendant

Turquoise and silver combine to make this shadowbox pendant. The piece is a hollow form, shown here with a black omega necklace running through it. Simple, fun.

Very basic and modern. Stands out without being complicated.

5/8 inch diameter, approximately 1/4 inch deep. Hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind. Signed.

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.

Blue Topaz, Silver and Mokume Pendant

Blue Topaz, Silver and Mokume Pendant

Modern design with unique texture.

Hollow form pendant, hand-crafted. One-of-a-kind. Faceted topaz, copper and silver mokume and fine silver. Approximately an inch and a half long, 3/4 of an inch wide and 1/4 inch deep. Signed.

Blue Topaz, Silver and Mokume Pendant

Double Reticulated Silver Necklace

This necklace is made are hollow forms, one of reticulated silver and the other a soft matte silver. Juxtaposing textures create balance.

The pieces may be worn together or separately. The reticulated piece is about 2 inches long by about 3/4″ wide and the smooth piece is about 1 3/4″ long by 1/2″ wide. Both are about a quarter inch deep.

Matagi Sorensen is a Yavapai-Apache artist and silversmith.

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