Pendent dinosaur bone fish bear
My pendants some information
I make a lot of pendants, assuming you have a nice chain to put it on, or can easily acquire chain. This keeps the cost down. I sell to people who use my centerpiece in their own creative finished necklace. All the art you see is work I have done myself. In most cases I find the stones and cut them. I find the fossils, wood, and other Alaska materials. In many cases material needs special care like stabilizing. Each piece is hand cut one of a kind no templates never repeated design. I carve the original metal in wax,make a mold and do my own casting of caps, each cast just for that piece. I usually cast 20 at a time to save time and costs. I do all my work in Nenana Alaska population 300 , in a 100 year old log cabin. There is usually a story behind each piece. I do go to Tucson to the big gem fossil show. My mother lives there so I go visit her and do the show. Over the years I buy sell trade and do acquire turquoise, cut stones, amber, and non Alaska materials, but specialize in Alaska. If you seek finished necklaces with the chain use this link
Dinosaur bone pendant with butterfly
pendant agate with dragonfly
Pendant cut amethyst with swallow
pendant Alaska green rock, bear
The stone is a not named Alaska river rock that resembles jade. Sterling silver bezel. Brass bear and cap with copper stem (as part of the setting that holds the stone in place.) 3 x 1.5 x over ¼ thick. Heavier than it looks – about an ounce
Nowitna agate pendant rabbit cap
Arctic conglomerate rock pendant- duck
cast copper owl pendant
Mammoth ivory for jewelers 8 cut polished
Ice age fossil mammoth ivory polished pieces. 8 separate pieces – total of 8.2 ounces. These used to be knife scale sets but have no match so are singles, good for pendants, crafts carving inlays etc. Possibly knife scales for pocket knives ir end caps guards, but I was thinking jewelers for pendants. Sizes but minimum 2 ½ x 1 x 1/16th to over 3 x 1 ½ x 1/4th inches. Each should make at least two generous size large pendants. All are #1 grade top gem class colors with blues and top patterning. Prices are much less than getting finished cabs. Cut your own cabs or custom freeform. One top cab from this can be worth the price of the entire batch. (check out my other prices for sets and formed pieces and finished art made from this material.) This is a wholesale price for jewelers.
Wire wrap custom raw
Custom wire wrap wolf theme. Fits your material about 2x2 size. Adaptable, see pictures of what is possible. A way to turn your material into a necklace without drilling or altering your material. Not a cheap looking method like a bail glued on. Good for large custom glass beads, small artifacts, sea shells, interesting rocks, fossils of all kinds. One of a kind hand made, not a common item. Brass wire and wolf has been soldered. Flexible wire opens closers wraps twist to tighten on your item. No tools skills, or extra work to do. I have other ideas inquire if interested, mostly if you want ‘a few,’ like wholesale.
Pendant cut amethyst with duck
Showy piece, very unique custom setting. Nice 1 inch hand cut amethyst with some slight inclusions that give it character. Copper and brass wire with brass flowers and duck. Opal flower center. Setting does not cover stone which shows it off. Stone reminds me of ‘water’ thus a duck theme.
Turquoise pendant opal and moon
Large turquoise 3 x 2 x ¼ inches wrapped around edge with silver moose and brass leaves soldered to rim. Natural untreated turquoise. Cut from natural chunk I acquired in Mexico. Australia opal gives accent and sparkle. 2 ounces.
Fossil fish pendant
Dinosaur era fossil fish in it’s natural setting. Set in brass, with two brass fish soldered to setting. 3 x 2 x 1//4 inches. A light 1 ounce.
Pendant opal fish
Nice showy piece, high end lab opal with silver setting and stylized custom cast fish cap. 2 x 1 inches. Natural opal of this size quality does not exist, and if so would be thousands of $. This is real opal, just created in a lab at an affordable price. Usually suck opal is for small accents. Unusual to see it as such a large centerpiece. Chain bail on back of fish.
Pendant moonstone dragonfly