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There are new butterfly pendants emerging from my clay studio.
I did not expect to have more appear after the first generation of textured porcelain ones had left…

I was in my studio playing with some chocolate clay when I looked across my table and thought I saw something move. Unsure of what it was at first, but then recognizing the general form, I watched as these little beauties started to appear.

After a few days of hanging about and getting warm by the kiln, which gets to over 2232 degrees F, they started to show a variety of color on the bottom edge of their bodies a joyous sight indeed. Slightly different because you can see the dark chocolate brown clay along the top of the wings.

Much like their cousins, I feel that it is time to let some of them go. A few remain for us to play with in jewelry designs, but these are looking for a home from you.

This particular Chocolate Clay Butterfly is the one pictured in the top photo.
The second photo shows the size of a butterfly with line curls texture (porcelain only) but they are of the same shape.

If you would like your butterfly as a focal bead in a completed necklace similar in design to what you see in the last two photos, just leave me a message when you purchase this piece. I will send you an invoice via paypal for the difference:
For non-tarnishing brass (looks wonderful with the more earthy colors) add $11.
For Sterling Silver add $16.

The thing I like best about using the fairy ribbon with this style of necklace is that the ends of the silks are simply tied in a knot behind your neck so that they can be various lengths depending on the neckline of your top. It also allows it to be tied around your wrist as a bracelet if you wanted…

Thank you for taking the time to look at my porcelain clay art work…

All of the texture plates that I make to use for these designs are copyrighted by Marsha Neal Studio, LLC.

The original photograph of Becky Kolpak modeling the pendants was taken by Katy Timney of Katy Rose Photography: http://www.etsy.com/shop/KatyRosePhotography

Handmade Butterfly Pendant Chocolate Clay Turquoise Teal Blue Stone Glaze

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