Another salvaged scrap metal pendant! I use pieces of copper, silver, and brass left over from other projects to set this rough piece of green moss agate stone.
This one is inspired by a family vacation to Deep Creek Maryland. Hand-pierced (sawn) copper made with traditional jewelry-making techniques and methods. Both sides of this pendant are designed so if it flips over, there is still something interesting to see.
The pendant hangs from two pieces of 14" elongated sterling silver chain that has been antique finished. Total length is 28", clasp is copper toggle. This is definitely a longer hanging pendant.
The total pendant width is about 2.25”.