So my S-word is Silver, a precious metal that is widely used to make pieces of jewellery. Here we see a finger ring and a bangel that I made of sterling silver at a beginners' silver-smithing course that I took a year ago. Not very exciting? No. But I learned the basics of how to solder silver.
This is Trudie Davies
and not Anna!
Here is Trudie's blog button!
Take a peek at Tara's Etsy shop here.
With the help of more jewellery-blogging friends, I would like to show other examples of how silver can be used. Here we see Karen Stahlecker of WillOaks Studio using silver necklace chains with different coloured stones:
Visit Lotta Knutars Etsy shop Silverknuten or check out her English language blog.
This is Lotta Knutar
and not Anna.
Now, I'd like to show some silver pieces that I own, but have not made myself. Here are a couple of cute silver bracelets:
And this is a very old pin made out of silver and mountain chrystal, that my mother gave me last year. It was her grandmother's.
She wore it a lot and I am very proud to have it now. It is handmade of sterling silver in Sweden 1911 (see the year on the reverse side).
Wasn't that simple?!
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