This pendant is made of glass scrapes that I designed and fused at home in my kiln. It is a large rectangle with irregular black shapes and a few streaks of milky white. It is mounted with permanent epoxy to a stainless bale. I've put it on a simple black cord, but it can be worn on your favorite chain.
Hand fusing glass is a long process. It involves in 'stacking' the glass pieces hoping for a design, melting them together until bright orange and liquified. Then the piece has to cool completely for over an hour before it can be handled. Then the edges are hand filed with sand paper until smooth. The final product is a shiny lustrous piece of hand-crafted jewelry.