History of a sterling silver pendant

Last week I created a sterling silver pendant adorned with a small amethyst bead which I love very much. Today I am presenting you step by step the creative procedure!

First of all, I designed the pendant on a piece of paper:


Then...



Cutting


Filing


Forming


Hammering
Now the pieces are ready for soldering







Polishing








As I first imagined...


And finally ... featuring!





It was a fine day!!!

42 comments:

Couture Carrie said...

Love seeing your process, darling! The pendant looks amazing, as do you!

xoxox,
CC

Gladys Lopez said...

that is truly creative! some of the visual students at our school also make their own jewelery. it's pretty amazing. :D

Little Rus said...

It must be so nice to dream of a beautiful piece of jewellery and then be able to create it yourself! So beautiful...

Marietta said...

Ti omorfo, exeis talento kai einai oraio pou mporeis na pareis tis idees sou kai na tis ftiakseis!Kai oraio foremataki!

yiqin; said...

The process looks really interesting :)

KnottyCat said...

Μπράβο! Μπράβο! Πολύ όμορφο! Πολύ ωραία δουλειά, ωραίο σχέδιο, ενθουσιάστηκα!

Cathy Voyage said...

This is so cool and pretty!

frances said...

very pretty! x

mika said...

kala exw meinei! ouaou esu eisai talentara! bravo!!!

Mairyliscious said...

den exw logia kuria mou ..........

Rianna Bethany said...

It's interesting to see the process from start to finish! The outcome looks fab.
Rianna Bethany xxxxxxxxx

Stephanie said...

What a beautiful pendant, who knew it was so many steps to make something so beautiful. Love the post. :)

Fashion Pix said...

Beautiful pendant! I love how to see it's made, very interesting.

stella said...

needless to say i always admire people who can create beautiful things using their hands and their creaivity

Erika said...

First of all, I am utterly obsessed with that pendant. The three-dimension and shimmer is just gorgeous - what a statement piece. You are amazingly talented. Second, I love the fact that you gave us a step-by-step view of how you created it - such a fun behind-the-scenes look into jewelry-making. Love it! :)

Keith said...

Hey there. I really enjoyed your post. I hope you've had a fantastic weekend. Take care. Have a wonderful week ahead. Cheers!

*Constance said...

kai oi fwto sou einai apisteytes kai to pendant einai panemorfo,den exw logia,protasn/diatagn: kane shop sto etsy.com*

_nina_malvada_ said...

para poli omorfo kosmima...

k8a simfoniso me tin constance...kane etsy shop!

Tiffany said...

ommggg beautiful!!!!

Hanh, Life-in-Travel said...

fabulous job!!

I love it!


Hanh,

the Rynham said...

so cool! i love reading this..
-JB

Amelia said...

That's so neat! I wish I could make my dream jewelry come to life like that. The purple dress is cute, too.

coco said...

LOVE this post. So nice to see it coming together from paper.

Elise said...

this is really amazing stuff - your progress is extraordinary !

lopi said...

It's beautiful, congratulations!
And you documented the procedure with beautiful pictures.

kpeach said...

beautiful-you are very crafty!

Susana said...

That is great! But the best part is that you made it yourself with your own hands!

Olga,

mwwas!

Eva Internazionale said...

I loved seeing photos of every step. It's a beautiful pendant.

Elaine said...

This was very cool to see! I've never seen a step-by-stpe process for jewelry-making. Your necklace is very pretty! :)
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Thalia said...

perfect documentation!!!!!!
and lovely pendant!!!
girl you must be very talented!!!!

fashionblogger said...

It's a beautiful pendant and the whole process looks amazing.

Wana said...

OMG babe, amazing!!

FabBlab said...

WOW, that's amazing!

Kristin said...

It's gorg and it was so fun to see how you created it!

Pink Links said...

Very interesting process. So beautiful pendant. Your dress is also lovely!

penny said...

i didnt know your profession!i m amazed!really nice pendant!i agree on the etsy shop :)

Nubia said...

Let me tell you I think what you did is amazing!! first off I'm in love because amethyst is my birthstone. Secondly your creativity just makes me smile!

you look awesome

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Sophie said...

I love that you showed the whole process of making this, so cool! That necklace is gorgeous! xo
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Kb said...

Great post, so interesting to see this process and so jealous you can make such fantastic stuff! I need to get creative again...

Ela said...

Oh I've missed your blog. It's so nice to catch with everyone again :)

This is so beautiful. It's amazing to see the process, thank you so much for sharing!
xx

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Hari K said...

i'm impressed! your job is close to professional girl! it's so interesting to see all the making of the jewellery! keep making such posts!

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