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« on: September 23, 2012 08:14:10 AM »

Hey there,

this is my first post even if I've been reading in this forum for month now.

Yesterday I got my first experiences with artclay silver and I LOVE it. It is so great to play with it and I think also for the first time my results are quite nice.

The first pieces are a "set" and consist of a pendant and a pair of hanging earrings (which are not finished yet, due to the fact that I'm out of hooks). The stones are red unprocessed garnets and they sparkle dark red in the right light (which is unfortunately not given at the pictures).



The second thing I made is also a chain pendant but this time I included a green emerald. This one also turns out quite nice and the green of the stone also sparkles in the right light.



Unfortunately after these four pieces of jewelry my 7gr of artclay were used and I hadn't enough to create a pair of emerald earrings... But I bought more artclay and hopefully in the near future I will find the time to complete this "emerald set".

Thanks for reading and have a nice sunday.
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« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2012 12:04:22 PM »

Beautiful! You've made good use of the medium!
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