Eleanor Deyeson's Workshop

I never met an artefact I didn't like.

Pendant Frames Available

For background on portrait miniature pendants, visit my Pinterest page here. Not all portrait miniatures were hung as pendants, so the other board here has further examples. It appears that oval was more common in pendants, but circular more common in those not framed as a pendant. There is evidence that round miniatures were re-cut to fit the oval shape.

Each frame WITH glass cabochon is $1.00 if sold as part of a class.  Any portrait miniatures would be custom made, and most will be gifts.

Circular Glass Cabochons – 30 mm

Color – glass Size – 30 mm Unit cost – $0.47 In stock – 200

Circular Pendant Frame – lg loops and beads

Color – antique silver Size – 30 mm Unit cost – $1.94 In stock – 50 Would work well for pearl drops.

Circular Pendant Frame – rope edge

Color – antique silver Size – 30 mm Unit cost – $1.63 In stock – 50

Oval Glass Cabochons – 40 x 30 mm

Color – clear Size – 40 x 30 mm Unit cost – $0.49 In stock – 200

Oval Pendant Frame – cross and dot pattern

Color – antique silver Size – 40 x 30 mm Unit cost – $2.00 In stock – 2

Oval Pendant Frame – delicate figure 8s and beads

Color – antique silver Size – 40 x 30 mm Unit cost – $2.00 In stock – 11

Oval Pendant Frame – lg loops and beads

Color – antique silver Size – 40 x 30 mm Unit cost – $2.00 In stock – 7 Would be perfect for attaching pearl drops.

Oval Pendant Frame – medium size loops and beads

Color – antique silver Size – 40 x 30 mm Unit cost – $2.00 In stock – 5

Oval Pendant Frame – plain

Color – antique silver Size – 40 x 30 mm Unit cost – $2.00 In stock – 1

Oval Pendant Frame – rope edge

Color – antique silver Size – 40 x 30 mm Unit cost – $2.00 In stock – 9     Save

Oval Pendant Frame – scroll edges w/ stars

Color – antique silver Size – 40 x 30 mm Unit cost – $2.00 In stock – 2

Oval Pendant Frame – scrolls on top and bottom

Color – antique silver Size – 40 x 30 mm Unit cost – $2.00 In stock – 1

**I would like to thank Konstantia for her side comment in her blog, that led me down this rabbit hole.