These earrings are enameled in a ice blue, forest green, Prussian blue, or hollyhock pink. These are cast from a wax mold of a granulated fern oval made using the ancient technique of precision fusing called granulation. Each piece is cast in sterling silver and then carefully polished, cleaned and packed with wet powdered glass which is then fused in a kiln. The earrings are then sanded and heated in the kiln again and then a final polish and cleaning after attaching a sterling silver forged French hook clasp. These are lightweight with great dangle movement.
To see Susan’s granulation process click here.