During my too short but wonderful time at Artemis Glass Studio with glass master Paul Stevenson and his very warm family, I was presented with a lovely farewell gift of two beautiful dichroic glass cabochons.

Whilst I could gaze at these mesmerising little squares of glass forever, I decided to develop Paul’s handiwork into unfettered pieces of jewelry.

Dichroic glass cabochons by Artemis Glass Studio

This does not take much time to do!  I mounted each glass piece onto a 13mm round antique copper bail to create the pendant, and for the necklace component, I added antique copper cord-ends, split-rings and a lobster claw fastening to lengths of black leather cord. Voilà! Simple et élégant.

Close up of dichroic glass pendants

Dichroic glass pendants on black leather cord

Originally published: Friday, January 20th, 2012 at 20:08 in Atelier, Inspiration


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