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Split Branch Citrine Slide Necklace

Jason Janow


Cast sterling silver twig pendant suspended from a clear citrine gemstone.

Watch Jason Janow pour molten silver into a mold here.

  • Twig:  3″ x 1″
  • Chain:  Silver, adjustable from 18″-20″
  • Handmade easy hook clasp
  • Made in NC

1 in stock

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Jason Janow

And so, when I leave the trout stream, my pockets are often filled with such treasures as river stones and twigs.


My Split Branch necklace is a little “tricky” in a good way! The way the necklace slides through the gemstone setting is pretty slick- and is what one of my former instructors would call “Trick”.  The cast silver branch in this piece bares a lot of texture and is a nice size. The citrine brings in some subtle natural color to the piece.

Video description:  Jason is hand pouring molten sterling silver into a mold. The video begins with the torch aimed at the metal (unseen) which is contained in the hand held crucible. Once the metal is molten, roughly 1640 degrees Fahrenheit, it is then poured into the mold. This is a crucial step in the casting process where one slip can mean the difference between a beautiful piece of jewelry, or splattered blob of metal on the floor!

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