Narrow Rectangular Deep Purple Resin Pendant
This is a Narrow Rectangular Deep Purple Resin Pendant that has been handmade in my home studio. It has a graduated tone light to dark. It is made by mixing epoxy resin with pigment inks and is left to cure for 24 hours.
Great to wear for any occasion and will go with a number of outfits. The pendant tray and chain are made from silver plate.
Great alternative gift for a bridesmaid or as a birthday gift. The pendant measures 5 cm x 1 cm
This pendant comes gift boxed, with a cleaning cloth and care instructions so is perfect to give as a gift or keep for yourself. You can also view more of my resin colours and pendant choices via my Youtube channel here
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You can also view more of my resin colours and pendant choices via my Youtube channel here
Upon receiving your item you may notice a slight difference in the colour tones. This will be due to the way that screen/monitor resolution can vary across phones, tablets, PC’s and laptops as well as any other electronic devices. If you have any questions about the item, then please ask prior to purchase.
MORE ABOUT ME AND CREATIONS – WHERE IDEAS COME ALIVE
I’ve always had a love and passion for creating handmade items. Originally I started out creating cross stitch designs, many of which I gave to family and friends as gifts. Then one day I received a papercraft catalogue so I started making my own handmade cards, again to give to friends and family. Then in December 2013 I decided to set up my business. A couple more years went by and I had the desire to create some jewellery, so that is what I did. I believe each piece made should be as unique as the recipient and so I pour 100% into each process. No product leaves my studio unless I would be happy to receive it myself. I want you to love each piece as much as I do.
This item is ready made and available to ship within 2 days. It will be sent to you 2nd class recorded postage.
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