Dichroic glass pendants- how they are made.

Dichroic glass pendants continue to be a best seller again at art and craft fairs. Pendant and earring sets are most popular just now, it makes sense really to buy a matching set. I get a lot of ladies asking me to make them dichroic earrings to match a pendant they have already. It’s better to buy a set as they are cut from the same piece of glass so they will be a perfect colour match.

It’s not surprising that dichroic glass jewellery is so popular, the colours are amazing, and what woman can resist a bit of sparkle. The tiny pieces of glass are all hand cut, this pendant has several layers of dichro, giving depth to the design, this is a large statement piece of jewellery.

I have been working with dichroic glass for a number of years now and I still love the moment when I open the kiln door as you never quite know how the cabochons will look until they are fired.

Here’s how I make the cabochons for dichroic jewelry , it’s quite a painstaking process cutting and layering those tiny pieces of glass .

I have added a new dichroic glass range to my website for those who like sterling silver. These pieces are designed and made by myself, hallmarked, and entirely hand crafted in my studio.

Go to my website to see more sterling silver and dichroic glass jewellery

To see more dichroic glass jewellery including glass pendants, earrings, cuff links and bangles  click here

2 Responses to Dichroic glass pendants- how they are made.

  1. Shirley Boesch says:

    The dichroic pendants are absolutly gorgous!!!! can see why they are be “best “sellers!………..miss your emails in the ppioforum……..come back soon!

    • jille says:

      Hi Shirley, thanks for the feedback, I’m pleased you like my pendants. i will be back on PPIO when I am settled in to my new house. Working and packing leave me with not much spare time.

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