This is a little 18ct gold cross I made recently (December 2017) for my aunt's 90th birthday. I cannibalised an earring I made years ago and never sold for the gold. I also made one for my sister's birthday.
The cross measures about 20mm x 12mm altogether. I had to make a new stake for it and was pleased with the result, given that I had never worked so small before in the discipline of anticlastic raising.
This necklace will probably end up as a one-off. At £1100 it is my most expensive piece of jewellery ever. It consists of 14 Curlicue units just like the drop earrings in mirrored pairs, plus one Whorl unit in the middle to preserve the symmetry. It is fastened with a handmade ring and toggle fastening. To purchase it, follow the link.
I made this brooch as a commission in 2015. It was intended as a 25th anniversary present. I felt honoured to have been chosen to make such an emotionally significant piece.