InstructionsFor this pendant I used 1.2mm plain copper wire and 0.5mm enamelled copper wire for the detail.
1) With a wigjig, or freehand, make the upper zig-zag part of the pendant - inishing each end with a bound loop to attach to chain or ribbon etc. You may need to hammer the finished form to work harden it.
2) The lower part of the pendant, the spiral was made using round nosed plier and ...
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Type of item: Accessory
Style: Casual, Whimsical, Ethnic, Goth, Cute, Funky
Plain copper wire and enamelled copper wire
What was your inspiration?
I make a similar pendant in sterling silver, where it is soldered to give the form stability. However, that day I only had copper, and no solder, to hand so I decided to experiment.
What are you most proud of?
I love the fact that the pendant is articulated between the upper and lower parts. I hadn't realised how different this was until I started doing a BTec in Jewellery.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Its pretty simple but have a sketch of what you want your finished item to look like.