Yesterday I ran my second Enamelling Workshop at the Firegems studio. This week everyone chose to make pendants. They were quite ambitious with their ideas – choosing to cut into the copper blanks, folding them and enamelling both sides.
The smallest items were torch fired. A lovely easy technique that allows you to watch the changes in the enamel.
We used the kiln to fire the larger pieces and to allow us to enamel both sides of the pendants.
Some pieces had a few firings to add a second colour or pattern.
This chunky pendant was made to be reversible – blue and green on one side and red and orange on the other.
All the wonderful creations from this productive day:
I’ll be posting more images on my Facebook page @hannahduncancreations