Saturday, November 15, 2008

special blob & the skinnies........


The rather aptly named squashed blob pendant was made by melting down some scrap silver with my torch, until it was liquid, and squeezing it with a pair of pliers to make indentations. It was then quenched, pickled to remove firestain, and drilled befor being hung on a sterling silver chain. £14.00

The antiquated pacman is 98% recycled. The centre is a 1920 3 penny bit, and the base was made from scrap silver which i mealted down, and rolled out to form sheet, before soldering on the 3p pacman, and decorating with punches. It is hunf on a vintage sterling silver twist chain. The only non-recycled things are the jumprings. £18.00

Special. Handmade sterling silver special pendant with vintage sterling silver chain. £14.00

Copper and sterling silver skinny rings.
Sterling silver skinny ring: sliver wire is soldered with an exsessive amount of silver solder, to form the blob, and hammered out for texture. £10.00 each. All sizes available.

Silver wire with gold solder blob. £12.00 each. All sizes available.
Sterling silver and copper skinny ring. £6.00 each. All sizes available.
For more information / further photos email me at : info@naturalattrill.co.uk
Toby.

6 Comments:

Blogger Swirlyarts said...

Love the pacman :) Thanks for my wonderful necklace from the fair today - it's going to be worn tomorrow.

11/15/2008 9:23 PM  
Blogger Caroline B said...

You have been busy! Those pendants are great, especially the Pacman.

11/16/2008 7:44 AM  
Blogger Catherine said...

Very nice - especially like 'special' necklace. I've heard oxidising is a very smelly process - I take it that's how you got the lettering darker?

11/16/2008 1:03 PM  
Blogger Magpie Magic said...

Very impressive and cute rings. The first one is my favourite - is that the one you sold today?

11/16/2008 8:23 PM  
Blogger Gordon Fraser said...

SOme beautiful work here again Toby!! (I like the Pacman necklace!!)

11/17/2008 1:00 PM  
Blogger natural attrill said...

The special necklace is oxidised naturally, throught the process of heating and quenching, and the excess oxide was polished away.
Hope this answers your question,
Toby.

11/17/2008 8:04 PM  

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