Moxy Metals


Student Work: Production Epoxy Pendant
April 12, 2010, 7:58 pm
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I still like this little resin pendant I made during my junior year of art school.  It has 12 matching counterparts because it was built for a Production Jewelry class – meaning it should be mass or at least batch manufactured.  It includes a piece of chemically milled sterling silver that is supposed to bring to mind the magnification of leaf veins under a dome of a droplet of water.  The entire piece is very lightweight.  Sad to say, it’s original cord of silicon rubber with a magnetic clasp has since gone missing, this leather one fills in just fine.  Also, due to air trapped in the epoxy resin, there is some tarnishing happening to the silver, but I think it kind of works with this piece.  I had really bad photos of this piece til now – when I have a fairly bad but acceptable photo.  The piece is about 2″ long by 1″ wide by 1/4″ deep with hollowed back.

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