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These new etched glaze porcelain bat pendants recently started to overwinter in my studio.
I did not know they were even there until one day I caught sight of then huddled in a small nook over on a shelf by the kiln room trying to keep warm.

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 all over their bodies - the front, sides and back - a joyous sight indeed. No matter which way they hang, you will see glaze. These particular glaze etched bats started out glossy as their butterfly friends when they first emerged from the kiln, but after a bath they lost their gloss and took on this beautiful satin matte finish - which is in my opinion much better suited for their demeanor.

This particular Porcelain Bat listing is the exact one pictured in the first two photos. The third photo shows the width and height of the pendant.

If you would like your bat as a focal bead in a completed necklace similar in design to what you see in the last two photos - which use one of my butterfly pieces as an example), 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:

Handmade Bat Ceramic Pendant in Etched Autumn Brown Blue Purple Glaze


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