Fold form trapped pearl pendant
Happy Wednesday! This is a trapped pearl copper pendant made with the fold forming technique. It's about 1.5" long and 7/8" wide. The top forms a tube for the sterling silver chain.
It's the first trapped stone design I've done. I can look at it and see some improvement opportunities process-wise. But, I'd love to have some feedback on this design -- what would you change? And what is your opinion of pearls with copper? Do you like the contrast or do you think copper needs a more rich or rustic looking colored stone?
I am going to try it again and would love to incorporate some of your suggestions if I can.
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