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Garnet Lunula$45.00 Add to cartQuick View
Garnet and sterling silver, with a hammered texture. Jump ring soldered for security. Open back to let light shine through. 🙂 5/8″$45.00
Hypersthene Spider (see back)$150.00 Add to cartQuick View
Hypersthene Spider (see back)
Hypersthene looks like a cross between labradorite and obsidian. It shimmers in the light between black and a dark chocolate brown, and its pattern resembles woodgrain! Set in sterling silver, this piece hides a spider just starting to spin her web. 2″ tall including the bail.$150.00
Ukrainian ReliefRead moreQuick View
This is the third piece I’ve made to support Ukrainian relief efforts. 100% of profits will go to Ukraine medical efforts!
2″ wide, substantial statement piece! The bright glory of Ukrainian citizens against the dark, brutal backdrop of war. Backplate and center of flower are sterling silver, the petals are brass.
Chain not included.
Circle of the MoonRead moreQuick View
Circle of the Moon
Moonstone and sterling silver… I’ve been listening to a hysterical D&D podcast (Carrots and Suffering – look it up!) that features a druidic circle (two of them, actually) so moon… circle… the name just sort of happened. 🙂 Thanks, Nate & the gang! 1″ x 1″ including bail.
Heraldic Knight – custom!Read moreQuick View
Heraldic Knight – custom!
I found two of these demitasse spoons bearing medieval knight’s helmets. They can become rings (for a knight, or a token for their love), or pendants, or even thumb-rests for a sommelier’s cup. The monogram space could hold a gem, a stamped initial, or a tiny cutout shape of your heraldry. The part of the spoon bearing the helmet is about a 1/4″, the monogram area more like 1/3″. Let’s get creative! Message me at email@example.com 🙂
Green Fairy$125.00 Add to cartQuick View
This tiny sterling silver salt spoon (from the days of salt cellars on the table, before shakers) is sculpted with an ornate curly handle, and a seashell bowl. I’ve added a tiny peridot gem and three silver balls to the monogram site, and a twisted bail. 2 3/8″ including bail (soldered for security).$125.00
Tiny Spoon Pendant$45.00 Add to cartQuick View
Tiny Spoon Pendant
At least 100 years ago (possibly 150), this was a salt spoon. Instead of salt shakers, people kept a small bowl, called a salt cellar, on the table. I love the micro design on the handle, which I’ve twisted to keep visible, and soldered down so it’ll stay securely on your chain. Sterling silver, 1.5″ long.$45.00
Elder Shieldmaiden$150.00 Add to cartQuick View
This one is hard to photograph – the garnet is a deep red that’s difficult to capture. The spoon was a 120 yr old sterling silver Whiting, Duke of York pattern. It shows its maturity and experience in the bowl with some subtle spots. I’ve deliberately left her battle scars as-is – we all bear marks of the life that’s made us who are today, and sometimes that’s beautiful. 2.5″ tall including bail, 1 1/8″ across.$150.00
Lovebirds$150.00 Add to cartQuick View
Lovebirds, a passionate garnet, and a romantic little heart to pull it all together. Sterling silver, textured to catch the light. 2.5″ tall including bail, 1″ wide.$150.00
Wide Lunula$80.00 Add to cartQuick View
Lunulas have evoked the moon as feminine tokens for millennia. Appropriate for ancient personas as well as medieval Norse, and will fit in well with your modern wardrobe, too. Sterling silver with patina, 1 3/4″ wide, 1′ tall including bail.$80.00
“Milky Way” silver pendantRead moreQuick View
“Milky Way” silver pendant
This extraordinary piece of polychrome jasper is filled with tiny glittering stars! They are thicker down the center, creating a Milky Way, as seen in the desert. Two delicate leaves hug the right side. Sterling silver.
**Note The line that looks like a scratch (or a shooting star!) is just a reflection. :)**
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