Kat's Creations
Hand-crafted Jewelry & Gifts
Posted on January 6, 2012 by Crafty Kat

Back in the day… I was feeling a little nostalgic when I designed this necklace. A constructed box of soldered copper sheets, these little phone pendant has two bronze “bells” and a bunch of little copper accents, including mouthpiece and crank-handle. The best part is the clasp: the necklace is closed by hanging the earpiece on its hook!

Not for sale.

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My first attempt at metalsmithing! Cut by hand from 20-gauge copper and bronze sheets, the various pieces were then hand-forged, soldered and/or riveted together, and colored using various patinas.

Finished piece measures approximately 5.5″ x 3″ x .75″, and features a hand-made pinback for wear as a brooch.

Not for sale.

Posted on August 21, 2011 by Crafty Kat

(aka Release the Kraken!)

Found the pendant while shopping at Walmart… fell in love with it instantly, and snatched up the matching bronze chain while I was there.

Features two different blends of Miyuki Delicas from eebeads (“sand” and “Caribbean”), natural conch shells, glass pearls, turquoise-colored jasper, leopard jasper, and antiqued brass-finish pewter floral beads.

Took about six hours to make, so probably not one I’ll ever sell… unless someone REALLY wants one at over $100 a set…

Posted on July 19, 2011 by Crafty Kat

The original version of this was given to a friend who is a huge fan of Steampunk.  Future alternate versions of this will have varying metal colors, from bronze and brass to gunmetal and silver.

Pricing not yet available.