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Amulet of the Silver Flame by Jag-san Amulet of the Silver Flame by Jag-san
made from solder and very slowly filed and sanded down to a rather shiny finish.
Sorry for the bad lighting. Some day I'll learn how to sort that out.

The design is taken from the D&D Eberron setting.
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Minyassa Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very cool!!! I love this sort of thing!
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Daratum Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2011
How much?
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Jag-san Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2011
It's made of about 20 dollars of solder and perhaps another 15 dollars in supplies.
This one in particular has already been sent to it's owner. Was a comission from Keith Baker. If you ever get a chance to meet him, do so. He's a pretty awesome guy. :)

If you're interested in one of these arrowheads I still have the molds.
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Jag-san Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2011
Forgot to mention, I make these in glow-in-the-dark sculpy, also. Then they only cost me 2 dollars and I don't get burnt by the soldering torch. hehe. ^-^
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LeeJay83 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
Fantastic work! I'm envious of your talent! These are highly reminiscent of paleolithic arrowheads and spearheads. Wonderfully crafted. I think it might help, though, if a coin of sorts, such as a nickel or quarter, were included in the image, for size reference. Other than that, beautiful work! Love it!
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Jag-san Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2010
Thank you and another thank you for the suggestion. I have another mold of this one still in the works, perhaps when I finish I'll take a new photo and include a coin to show size. Till then though, this bugger is roughly a inch long and was one heck of a time to file down and smooth out.
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