: Pelican medallions :

Within the Society for Creative Anachronism, The Order of the Pelican is the highest
award of recognition given to an individual to honor their service to the organization.
I would be happy to create custom regalia for you, or as a special gift.

For more information about champlevé and cloisonné enamel , see the terms and techniques page.
This is a representative sampling of the type of work that I do, my current stock will be similar.

celtic pelican, blue background, simple setting


Celtic Pelican - 4 cm/diameter

Inspired by some of the birds in the Book of Kells, this cloisonné Pelican has a blue background and is set in a simple, sterling silver, open-back setting.  

heraldic pelican, green background, pearl edge setting


Heraldic Pelican with Pearl Border - 5.75 cm/diameter

A border of white freshwater seed pearls, and a deep green transparent background, surrounds this heraldic Pelican giving this medallion a Byzantine look.  

Norse pelican, dark green background, simple setting


Norse Pelican - 4 cm/diameter

This cloisonné medallion has a 10th century style Norse Pelican set in a simple sterling silver setting  

Birka-style pelican, sterling silver 

Birka-style Pelican - 4 cm/diameter

This sterling silver Pelican medallion features soldered granulation in the style of the metalwork from Viking age Birka (Sweden, 10th C), and a ring-stamped background  



The "Bad" Pelican - 4 cm/diameter

This unusual Pelican medallion, created originally as a special request, features a memorable cloisonné enamel image  

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