Necklaces

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These leaf pendant necklaces came out really nice!

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This one was glazed in…Goldenrod by Coyote

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A close-up view

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This one was glazed in…Shino by Coyote

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As you can see from this photo…each leaf glazed in Shino comes out different, even when they’re fired in the same glaze firing, and even when they’re on the same shelf. So, each one is unique and different.

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Here’s another view

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This oval pendant necklace has a handmade bead. I’m not sure if I’ll make beads again. I don’t mind making them, but glazing something that small is not fun! 

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Here’s one with a different design.

These were glazed with the same glaze…Bronze Patina by Duncan. This glaze comes out different from piece to piece also.

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The back

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This one was glazed in…Vintage Blue by Duncan

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This round textured pendant was glazed with Bronze Patina by Duncan also. This glaze does very interesting things with texture.

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They came out nice!

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Pendants and Beads

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I’m not sure if I’ll continue making the oval and round pendants?

I might just make the leaf pendants.

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Coyote Glaze Test – part two!

 

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When I try a glaze for the first time, I like to try it on something small, like these leaves. I glazed this leaf pendant necklace in goldenrod. It came out great!

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I glazed a few leaves in Shino. I love these, each one came out slightly different.

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And I glazed one in Light Shino. I’m not too excited about this one. I think I’ll try one with Saturated Iron underneath the light shino. That should make it more interesting…hopefully!