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GeoForms-Reversible Glass Art Necklaces- Woodland Sunrise

Inspired from nature and the rock formations sighted on my many hikes in the Colorado mountains, these hand painted abstract designs are the foundation for these reversible glass pendants.

Small portions from the large hand painted designs were digitally scanned and then embellished with inspirations from nature. This lovely moment in the mountain lake scene is inspired from a sunrise hike. In textural colors of aquas, tans and chocolate brown these two birds
are having a morning get together.

The back side of the necklace is another portion of an abstract painting for those days when you just need the right thing to work with your outfit. Layered inside of the clear glaze is a subtle dusting of silver, that mimics micas, silvers and golds embedded in the rock formations. The light will just hit at the right moment for a little shimmer.

The glass pendant is approx. 1" x 2" and 3/8" thick where light enters from the sides. The pendant is attached with a sterling silver bail to a 6 strand gold stainless steel wire.

It is finely finshed and beautifully packaged with a card holder and cello protective cover for gifting, comes in a protective bubble pack /flat mailing envelope.

Birds in a Tree Necklace - Reversible Glass Art - GeoForms Collection-- Woodland Sunrise

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: glass, sterling silver, stainless steel wire, specialty coatings
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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