Monday, May 12, 2014

New Components Bird Themed

Good Morning,

Today I am pleased to share some of our items for the shop section Ravens Nook.  Currently in the section is the collection of "Mystery Bracelets", and we are very excited to begin creating unique pieces for the darker side of fashion with these new components, just received Saturday.

From large to small, each item is different in size, shape or metal finish.  These items will be limited to available supplies and will not be reproduced.

Ravens / Crows / Blackbird charms

Set of Four will be incorporated into a set earrings and pendant necklace, the fourth will be put aside for custom work for unique charm bracelet.  Double sided and highly detailed these are small and lightweight, yet large enough to be seen when worn.

Medium size, solid, detailed Bird Skull

This piece is sold as "Tibetan Silver", a zinc alloy, lead and nickle free that resembles pewter.  This is has a high sheen silver finish, 3-D, approx. 1" overall, and is solid cast, giving it a good deal of weight.  

Large Bird Skull Pendants

These large silver finish Bird skulls are 1/3/4" long and 3/4" wide.  Two are available, one is has been selected for a necklace that will be appropriate for men or women.  These are hollow and lightweight, uniquely detailed and a fabulous statement piece.

Side view.


This Antiqued Bronze Trio has been finished over brass, with a pretty, decorative flower in the center adding a bit of interest to the pendants, these will be used for a pendant and earring set as well.  

Side detail, vines and leaves.

Also available in a single silver finish pendant.

Look for these and other new items coming soon.

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