Frog Prince Pendant
Sometimes a frog is just a frog,
no matter how many times you kiss him.
- Vibrant green colour
- Three colour choices of impossibly small heart
- 14k Gold lustre for impossibly small crown
- Approximately 1/2″x1-1/2″
- Kiln-fired for strength and durability
- Adjustable satin-weave rayon cord
Whether you’re still looking for your prince charming, or he’s already found you, keep him close to your heart with the Frog Prince Pendant. This bright vibrant green pendant adds a fun splash of style to your outfit. We created three choices of impossibly tiny hearts on these petite pendants, with impossibly tiny crowns sitting jauntily on top.
The raised texture of the tiny heart will make this fused glass pendant a touchable talisman. Run your fingers over the sweet detail while you dream of your very own frog prince.
Available in three colours; bright red, soft pink, and purple lilac. Each of the pendants has a minuscule crown painted in a 14k gold lustre, almost too small to see! But, the might of the frog isn’t weighed by the size of the crown. Isn’t that how the saying goes?
The Frog Prince Pendant is approximately 1/2″ wide and 1-1/2″ tall. All styles of the fused glass pendant have an adjustable satin-weave cord. We tie the cording with a special slide knot which allows the pendant to be worn at full length (approximately 24″), or shortened to become as small as a choker necklace. The adjustable cord makes it easy to slip over your head to complete your outfit.
How’s it Made?
We create this glass jewelry with multiple steps. First, we fire the impossibly small hearts, created using glass powders. We fire the hearts to a low temperature, just enough for the grains of powder to hold together. Next, we cut and polish the pieces of glass, and arrange the tiny hearts on the glass. We fire the pendants to a moderate temperature to ensure the texture remains and the heart is raised on the surface of the green. The colour is the glass itself, so you won’t ever have to worry about the design rubbing or washing off. Once the pendants have cooled, we paint on the jaunty crowns using a toothpick and a pin. Then the pendants return to the kiln for a final firing to cure the gold lustre to its glorious shine.
Is the Frog Prince Pendant too much for your bland wardrobe? Check out the Frog Prince Lantern for a fun twist on this froggy theme.