a few weeks ago i was in a desperate need for silver... so went looking for it.
after rummaging for a while through old boxes, patiently awaiting review after the last studio move, i found a few old experimental cast pieces, tucked away in a small pouch.
one of them, was untitled, a very tactile piece.
it had a good weight to it.
i had cast it decades ago, gifted it to my then 99 year old grandmother and gotten it back when she passed, a few years later.
the sign was clear: time for some much needed transmutation!
after due and proper ceremonies, here is what happened to 55 grams of untitled cast fine silver:
...and into these circle and stick pendants below!
a long stick and a circle pendant in brushed silver and a short stick one in black!
(plus left overs)
jewelry notes from the bench
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Have been doing this for quite sometime...pretty sure this is what I want to do when I grow up!
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