Monday, September 3, 2012

Horse Pendant

This is my latest equine pendant necklace. I hand form the horse head with fine sterling silver, using heavy 18 gauge, then pound the form to harden and fix the shape. Next, I wire wrap with a finer sterling wire using black onyx, lapis lazuli, citine, and choice stone beads to complete the mane. With the ends of the wires, I curve and design the forelock, then add a jump ring and cord of choice.


  1. So glad to have found your blog. Your jewelry is beautiful - especially the equine-related items. The craftsmanship is amazing.

    1. Sarajan, Thank you so much for your lovely comment! I hope you will continue to check back because I will be listing more equine pieces in my etsy shop in the next weeks. I am showing at the Springfield Extravaganza this week in Springfield, Ohio, then home to start back in the studio. I appreciate every comment, and invite you to follow my blog! Thanks, Carrell

  2. Wow! What a great horse pendant is that. It was amazing. Hope I could make my unique pendant too. Thanks for sharing your piece with us.

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