Monday, November 26, 2012

Water Casting

     Water Casting is the result of hot, molten silver being dropped into a beaker of water.  Once the molten silver hits the water, the surrounding water starts to boil.  The boiling water forms bubbles and spheres in the cooling silver.  The result is a unique, one-of-a-kind silver cast.  The silver is 97% pure with trace amounts of copper and zinc (hardens the silver).


 Cascading Water Fall.
1" long on a black, satin cord.


 Fairy:
20 X 30 mm on a black, satin cord.


 Puckering Flower:
20 X 15 mm on a black, satin cord.


 Dove:
32 X 25 mm on a black, satin cord.

 
Pearl in the Oyster:
10 X 15 mm on a black, satin cord.
 

Water Fall:
10 X 25 mm on a black, satin cord.

All are for sale on West Pine Creations.


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