A 7/8″ sterling silver disc with a delicate hand cut sun with three hanging Porcupine quills. A sterling silver ball is attached at the top, with a 16″ oxidized cable chain. The quills were acquired from an unfortunate road-killed Porcupine, to whom I gave a respectable burial. May it rest in peace.
A brass 1/2″ by 2″ brass tab with sterling silver accents soldered onto the surface. One side of the “wand” decoration, and above the “crescent”, is a textured wave pattern that is toned with a rust colored stain.
The 16″ necklace is strung with silver toned disc beads, with two red trade bead accents. A hand forged sterling silver hook and eye clasp finishes the end.
A tab of sterling silver is pierced with stars and a hand forged closed spiral in brass is soldered in the middle. A stream of tiny stamped stars swirls around the spiral. A 16″ strand of old red-brown glass beads threads through a silver tube at the top. Handmade sterling hook and eye clasp.
The back side has a “broken arrow” design stamped on the surface:
This necklace has a rustic appeal with a fire-patina copper backing. Stars are pierced in the piece of sterling silver under a domed full moon. A halo of etched rays fan out around the orb. The silver is fastened to the copper backing with rivets and washers, and a sterling tube at the top holds a strand of smokey metallic gold Czech glass beads. The back is stamped with broken arrow and circle designs. A “broken arrow” is a symbolic representation of “peace”. The length is 18″ with a lobster clasp in silver.
A mountain range was hand cut in sterling silver to form this cuff bracelet. A hammered brass wire adds dimension at the base of the mountains and a slow moon rises over the peaks! Fits a medium wrist.