More blue pendants

In contrast to the previous blue pendants I have made, in this one I used different patterned dichroic glass and slightly different kinds of blue glass and stringer. The results are quite different to the other blue pendants.

In the first pendant, the bottom two layers are 2mm light cyan which contains the fine silver wire used to make the hanging hook. Then comes another layer constructed of strips of steel blue opal, corkscrew dichroic on thin clear and then turquoise blue transparent. Small pieces of light cyan stringer are used to separate the colours. This is then topped with 2mm clear glass.

Fine silver is used to make the hanging hook which is fused in place during the firing process and hung on a silk necklet from Cooksons.

In the second pendant, the bottom two layers are 2mm light cyan which contains the fine silver wire used to make the hanging hook. Then comes another layer constructed of strips of egyptian blue opal, corkscrew dichroic on thin clear and then periwinkle opal (?). Small pieces of royal blue stringer are used to separate the colours. This is then topped with 2mm clear glass.

Fine silver is used to make the hanging hook which is fused in place during the firing process and hung on a silk necklet from Cooksons.

In the third pendant, the bottom two layers are 2mm light cyan which contains the fine silver wire used to make the hanging hook. Then comes another layer constructed of strips of egyptian blue opal, snakeskin dichroic on thin clear and then periwinkle opal (?). Small pieces of royal blue stringer are used to separate the colours. This is then topped with 2mm clear glass.

Fine silver is used to make the hanging hook which is fused in place during the firing process and hung on a silk necklet from Cooksons.

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