Cutting the basic shape with a toothpick.
Reviewing her design.
Making adjustments with care.
Checking the details.
Ibis' final owl wax.
Owl (right) cast in brass.
The finished pendant.
Ibis's Mom in her KJ pendant.
Ibis’ owl was made from our Large Brass Pendant kit and is hung on a 32 inch sparkle-finished chain.
Kid Jeweler Vivi + her Grandma.
Vivi used our Large Silver Pendant Kit. Her pendant was engraved with her name and the date on its reverse.
Zach in a Kid Jeweler piece by his son.
This full size pendant was custom-ordered in brass. Email us for any customizations that interest you.
Diane and the T. Rex made by her grandson.
This brass object was transformed into a pendant as a custom order. It was also engraved with her grandson’s name and the date.
Jana in a Kid Jeweler heart made by her elder child.
Jana’s full size pendant was rendered in brass as a custom order. Daughter Simone shown here is yet a bit too young to be one of us!
Francis with KJ pendant for Dad.
Avis in Kid Jeweler by her grandson.
Avis’s heart is a full-size Gold Pendant.
Joel and Kid Jeweler Xander
Kid Jeweler Xander made this thimble pendant in silver for his dad who is a master couture fashion designer. Brilliant!
After setting up her workspace, Isla quickly began to play with different tools to mark her wax.
After some experimentation, Isla decided on her design and set out to make it.
Checking it out
Isla’s creation taking form.
One proud Kid Jeweler.
Her finished creation
Isla said her creation was a hot dog on a stick. We engraved her name and the date on the reverse as an additional customization.
Riley in a pendant by Kid Jeweler Isla.
Riley’s pendant is a full size gold pendant and was engraved with his daughters name and the date on the reverse.
Meet Kid Jeweler Zachary
Meet Kid Jeweler Zachary! He’s 13 years old in this photograph.
Zachary began by designing the piece he wanted to make on paper and then figuring out how to actualize his design with wax. We were impressed!
Folding and warming his wax
After his design was complete, Zachary kneaded his wax to warm it and then folded it into a long rectangle.
Zachary then used the log rolling technique on his rectangle until he formed an even, elongated, wax ‘snake'.
Zachary cut up and assembled pieces of his ‘snake’ to form this Z. His sister’s name also starts with a Z so the initial is very meaningful in his family.
Ready for casting
This is Zachary’s Z just before casting. We added the blue wax element at the top to function as the link that connects the Z to it’s bale. A bale is the piece that a pendant hangs from.
The finished piece
Zachary’s Z was high polished finished on a polished bead chain.
David in a pendant by his son.
Proud papa David’s Z is was made from our Large Silver Pendant Kit.