Saturday, November 22, 2008

Shell casing pendants


Far right is a .380 case with sodalight stone cut to fit. It's already spoken for.

Center, a .45acp case with amethyst mounted in it. It's available.

Left, a .32acp case with rutilated quartz (tiny copper threads). It's also available.

I believe Breda and Phlegmy have first call on anything they wish.

The bails are silver, silver soldered in place. More will be coming as I figure out how to make these. :-)


(update)


Four more... One in .380, two in 9mm, and one in 10mm. Better pictures and descriptions to follow tomorrow.
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11 comments:

Old NFO said...

Purty! :-) Too bad I don't have anyone to give one to :-(

Tam said...

Ooh! Those are neat!

Let me know if you get any more amethyst...

Roberta X said...

They're splendid!

Please add me to the list of the interested -- I like the green stone a lot.

Linoge said...

Woah. Those are pretty darned shiny.

*puts in a request for a 9mm with something like the sodalight in it...*

My wife is a sucker for blue. Might almost work ;).

Christina LMT said...

Gorgeous! I lurve the amethyst.

Shrugged said...

Tam, Roberta.... calibers? (e-mail me choices, I have cases for most)

Linoge, Drop me an e-mail (hit my profile for the address) and I'll make one up for you.

Christine... If you wish one, please e-mail me as well :-)

This could develop into something kind of enjoyable. (g)

Brigid said...

When the gang was over for dinner I showed them the little candle lamps you made with the agate slices. Beautiful. Your little hobby shows a great talent for design.

phlegmfatale said...

I'm totally slobbering over the rutilated quartz!

Lin said...

They are beautiful! Anything in a 50 cal for a big-framed person?

Shrugged said...

Phlegmy: B has your address, and one shall be coming your way hopefully by Christmas :-)

Lin.... 50 Cal? that's big.... and would not be hard to do. I have no 50 browning cases, but can get some. Think I might have a few 20mm vulcan cases (GGG)

phlegmfatale said...

I am delighted and honored!