KautzCraft Studio does make other jewelry besides pendants. Making rings is a very enjoyable project. A ring was my very first lost wax silver casting project. Here are two rings just completed for my wife Gloria. They are a Valentine present for 2016. The ring with the cross is of course, a Christian ring and the three lines (each side) represent the Trinity.The ring on the right is a hand carved twisted two strand rope signifying our togetherness for over fifty years.
Not sure if this is a deer or an elk. Probably the latter due to the size of the antlers. It's about 1 3/4 " wide and almost 2" high. This example comes in at 33.3 grams with the bail and jump ring. All Sterling of course. Furture versions will probably be made a bit lighter by reducing the thickness. This one is massive. A good companion for the "Kelpie" water horse pendant.
This pendant 1.5 inches in diameter. The significance of the three dog design is unknown or if there is one. The original drawing was just a line drawing and it needed to be done with a blackend background. It turned out well and is it quite detailed and attractive.
Featured here are new designs I have created in lost wax silver casting.
The basis of this was the "Tessa Heart" designed for my granddaughter. She once told me the rose was her favorite flower. For that reason I included it in a personalized pendent as a gift to her. This is the same design with a larger rose. This basic heart can be the base for almost anything added to the center.
To view more of my work and the original Tessa Heart, see the Silverwork article.