I made this steampunk necklace. The gears, cogs, machine screw, nut, and chain are made out of copper, bronze, steel, and brass. The main round part with little hobnails on it is bronze plated pewter. The little gears and cogs in the middle actually turn, which I think is pretty cool. I was inspired to make this necklace after reading about Tess McKinett’s necklace in my father’s newest steampunk manuscript. Then I made matching copper earrings to go with it. Click on the photos below to see a close up.
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Wow, that is gorgeous!
Wow, Lunamoth, is that ever cool! Definitely steampumk fashion-tastic. A designer is born…
I love it!!! It’s a great feeling to be inspired to make cool things like this, isn’t it?
Those are really cool. I see what they are made out of but how were they cut? My wife and I would like to try and make something similar.
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That is adorable!! You are very creative keep it up!
Due to popular demand, Lunamoth has decided that she will be making a batch of the Steampunk Necklaces and selling them at a reasonable price. If you’re interested in possibly purchasing one, please contact us using the Contact Us link (https://beatty-robotics.com/contact-us). Entrepreneurism 101 here we come. 🙂