A pendant I've made some time go during very sleepless nights.
It's made of little ambers that I've picked on Baltic beach, cut and drilled myself. All set in hand-formed and wire-wrapped sterling silver. It's quite big - 7,5cm/3inch long. The silver in oxidized and polished.
I know the tree design isn't very creative and innovating but I've tried to give it my own fix.
I l-o-v-e amber. It's the most amazing natural good that can be found in my country. Since I was a kid we have family-trips to seek for thiny ambers on the beach after bigger storms. I'm probably the only person that never looks on the water-sky horizon while being near the sea. I'm aways looking down, waiting for the yellow-orange glimpse of trasure.
And, dear watchers, I have a question! How do you like the new photos? I have that beautiful oak background and some driftwood for quite some time now and thinking to make all my photos on it. How do you think?
The pandant will be probably for sale some time soon. If you're interested, please drop me a note.
Natural baltic amber, sterling silver, plaited leather cord.
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