Silver and Gold Pendant on a Sterling Silver Necklace
A beautifully handcrafted silver and gold pendant hangs from an adjustable sterling silver chain. Ideal for everyday wear.
Dimensions: approx 14mm in diameter
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Handcrafted a my home studio in Edinburgh this silver and gold pendant is made using some of the slightly more modern silver work techniques and materials namely silver clay and accent gold for silver, alongside sterling silver. See below for further details on the processes.
Materials: Fine Silver, 24K Gold, sterling silver (chain/jump ring)
Dimensions: c14mm in diameter, the pendant weighs approxmately 1.4g and the sterling silver chain is 18 inches in length although this can also be worn at 16 inches.
The necklace will be sent as standard in a gift box tied with ribbon.
Silver Clay is made from microscopic particles of pure silver (much of it recycled) embedded in an organic binder. The clay can be rolled, molded, stamped and textured before it’s dried and then fired. During the firing process the binder burns away and the end result is a beautiful piece of silver which is 99.9% pure. With such a high silver content, tarnishing is minimal and all that is required is a quick buff with a silver polish cloth from time to time to keep its shine.
24k accent gold for silver works in much the same way as silver clay except its in a paste form. It is applied to the silver and will fuse on firing to add beautiful accents of gold on the jewellery.
Please note due to the weight of this item and the addtion of the gold it will require to be sent to the assay office for hallmarking.
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