Some horses get new shoes every six weeks. A blacksmith (sometimes called a farrier) trims their feet, shapes their shoes, and nails them onto their feet. Watching this inspired me to use some of the blacksmiths' materials to create a unique pendant.
Horseshoe nails were soldered together and then soldered to a copper mounting plate that presents a swirl of glass with a sterling silver bezel. The bezel has been detailed with cutting tools.
The back of the pendant has a heart cut out of the copper to show the back of the glass piece.
The glass was made by melting glass rods with a torch, adding different colors as I go.
The necklace is an 18" ball chain.
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