Sunday, December 13, 2009

Key to Wonderland


Here it is, my key pendant necklace {Key to Wonderland}. A 2 days work that turn out to be quite satisfying and a pleasure to made! It is composed entirely by oxidized sterling silver wire, designed and manipulated to form a key-like frame. I wanted to create a simple yet dramatic pendant so opt for a simpler white color.

Blossoming in the center of the frame is a magnificent opal briolette with a beautiful yellowish opalescent. Truly magical! Adorning her crown are glorious pyrite rondelles and genuine rough DIAMONDS - for a dash of glimmer.

This pendent is richly embellished with patterns of scroll-work and encrusted with remarkably luscious seed pearls, dreamy moonstone rondelles and lovely cubic zirconia charms.

To offset the dark patina color, I've outlined the outer frame with tiny sparkly sterling silver Thai beads (un-oxidized) that truly brings out the charisma of this creation. Key to Wonderland necklace has a delicate small oval link chain connected to links of moonstone rondelles and a petite ametrine brio that measures 23" together with an S-hook sterling silver closure.

What do you readers think? :)

Finally, after a whole week of waiting, I manage to grab an Etsy treasury slot, {The Twelve Days of Christmas}, a few selection of gifts ideas for this coming Christmas. Check it out...

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