Star Pendant 6 Color Options

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star pendants

Playful enough for young children, as well as sturdy, and sophisticated enough for adults. 

Star Pendants
- 1" star pendant gem
- Small and lightweight
- Sterling silver plated findings
- Add your own cord to express your style

Great gift for kids and adults alike. Our small star shape pendants are popular with kids. The pendant gem is small and understated which makes it suitable for all ages. The inside shape and color of the star varies with each piece - providing a one-of-a-kind look and feel. While in the kiln, the glass runs molten over the piece, revealing depths and colors unique to each piece.

Popular Colors:
Sky Blue and Tropical Water are the most popular colors for our star pendants. They are the brightest colors we carry which make these little stars sparkle more than other colors. Along the point at which to glass meets the glaze has some visual effect, each color has it's own results. The cappuccino ice for example, will often have a white crystal like effect. The sunset in this case plays beautifully between glaze and glass. This makes it a popular and intriguing piece.

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  • 5
    Unique beauty

    Posted by Mike D. on 21st Feb 2016

    My girlfriend has a thing for stars and her favorite color is green. So when I stumbled upon this piece, I knew I had to get it.

    Her reaction: "It's amazing!" That says it all.

    Nicole at Paloma Pottery was so helpful and responsive to my emails and questions. And she packed it up and got it to me before Valentines Day. She even added an extra spacer for the necklace to slip onto a different chain, though the black cord is thin and casually elegant.

    I wouldn't hesitate to order something else equally as cool and beautiful...and they have plenty to choose from.

    Note: the forest green star is quite dark. The photo on site is lit up to really highlight the sparkle as best they could show, as it might in direct sunlight. This is not a knock, just feedback for others who love deeper shades of green.