This adorable oxidized sterling silver “little Unicorn horn” pendant is my “magical” version of the cornicello (Italian for “horn”), an Italian amulet or talisman worn to protect against bad luck. 1″ long and comes on an adjustable leather cord with a sterling magnetic clasp. It also looks amazing as a choker!
The shiny sterling silver version of the piece above. Now you can carry a little pinch of magic with you everywhere you go! 🙂 1″ long and comes on an 18″ sterling chain so it’s all bling all the way! This listing is for the shiny unicorn horn pendant in the individual picture.
And here is a variation on the original design! Shiny sterling silver, ready to go on all kinds of adventures. 🙂 1″ long, comes on an 18″ solid sterling silver chain. This listing is for one unicorn pendant pictured in the individual picture and on the left in the group picture.
This lovely necklace was cast from a real piece of waxy honeycomb with an alloy
called shibuichi (35% sterling, 65% copper). It has a little drop of honey –
a tiny citrine – set into one of the holes and it has a handmade bail,
a handmade clasp and comes on a 22″ sterling chain. 1.5″.
A textured sterling silver necklace with a mookaite and an ocean jasper. 1.5″ on an 18″ sterling chain.
A real acorn on a twig that I picked up in the park near my house. I removed the cap and carved it empty to reduce weight, but it’s still not a light piece of jewelry. I cast the acorn with a Japanese metal alloy called shibuichi that is silver and copper and then lightly oxidized the piece and the chain to give it more “close to the original” look.