Here's some of the jewelry I've made recently. Most of the pieces are sterling (92.5%) silver. The fine (100%) silver pieces are done in silver clay, an artificial clay consisting of 80-90% silver in a cellulose base. It can be used to make pieces that would normally be done by casting.

Pair of sterling silver fibulas -

Silver and jet beads, 3 inches long.
April 2000

Sterling silver and lapis ring -
May 2000

Sterling silver and amber bracelet -

Ogham inscription "Liadan inghean ui Seaghdha"
July 2000

Fine silver seashell pendant -

1 1/8 inches.
October 2000

Fine silver harp pendant -

2 inches high,
styled after Trinity College Harp, Dublin
November 2000

Scarab pin "Dung Beetle" -

1 1/2 inches.
Fine and sterling silver, ball is cork clay.
December 2000

Baronial Coronet-

Sterling silver, gold plate and pearls.
January 2001

Here's the step by step process.