Pink Rose Pendant

Here is one of the broken china pendants and charms I have been working on. It is cut from a vintage plate. I started making these for my upcoming shows. I thought I had two shows scheduled in December.....but now it may only be one. I'm not sure I got my application in on time. I was not going to list these in my Etsy shop at first but now I have a change of heart. Why not!
So for now it is back to my studio to finish a little soldering and then to the grocery store for food.
Since it is only my husband and I, I really do not cook much but we do eventually run out of food and I've been putting it off way too long.
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Everyone have a great Tuesday!


  1. Charlie, I have a nice soldering kit but I am a bit intimidated by it. I have not tried it yet but would really like to at some point.

    This is very pretty. What a great idea to use broken china!

    I am so glad you are on the Inspiration Avenue team now :)


  2. that's really pretty and a brilliant idea! i've always wondered how people make these ... i've seen some "boxes" being sold in craft shops and they sell the glass separately ... but yours have been soldered and so neatly too ... i need to find out how to do this one day :))

  3. Beautiful china pendant Charlie! Thanks so much for visiting today!

  4. Really nice Pendant
    Very inspirational. I like your blog presentation as well.

    Regards. (from a Fellow Etsian)