Tear-shaped Coral and Silver Shadowbox Pendant

Coral Hollow Tear 1Tear-shaped Coral and Silver Shadowbox Pendant

Brushed silver carries red coral punctuated by the deep black in the shadowbox. The cut out at the top of the pendant flows with the overall shape of the tear and the coral. Holes in the side of the pendant allow the necklace to be seen through the front.
Entirely hand-crafted, this pendant is approximately a two inches long by an inch-and-a-half wide and a quarter inch deep. The coral is one-of-a-kind, as is the entire piece. Shown with a sixteen-inch silver omega necklace (separate from the pendant). Hand-signed on the back.

Mokume, Silver and Turquoise Shadowbox Pendant

Mokume, Silver and Turquoise Shadowbox Pendant

I am loving working with mokume lately. I just love the patterns that have been coming out of the recent bit of mokume I made. The circles and swirls of copper and silver are so thrilling to me – and as the copper matures, it will shift and deepen in color as well. Organic line combined with my signature style shadowbox with turquoise.

Very clean turquoise stone against black and intense mokume patterning. Stunning chance!

Entirely hand-made. One-of-a-kind. Fine silver, copper, and turquoise. Approximately 2 1/4 inches long by 1/2 inch wide, 1/4 inch deep. Signed on the back.

Mokume, Silver and Turquoise Shadowbox Pendant

Teardrop Pendant

Teardrop Pendant

Brushed silver softly picks up light in this delicately rounded pendant. Silver is an element that is connected to the moon and intuition; the bowl shape at the bottom of tear drop represents unlimited potential; tears and water, subtle and powerful – all are very yin energies.

The bell at the top of the pendant gently curls upon itself.

This pendant is shown with the bowl shape opening outward, though it may also be worn with the bowl facing inward.

Approximately an inch long and half an inch wide.

Matagi Sorensen is a Yavapai-Apache jewelry designer, silversmith, and printmaker. He has a degree in metalsmithing from Northern Arizona University. 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 at his online shop matagifineart.com.

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