Red-Eyed Tree Frog Ornament (large)


This model of the Red-Eyed Tree Frog has a special status within my jewellery collection: Having been wooed by a photo of one in that perfect jewellery pose,  he became the first thing that I ever modelled in wax.

Although designed as a pendant, he makes the most handsome ornament or cheeky paperweight.


Inspiration for my Red-Eyed Tree Frog Ornament

The model for this Tree Frog Ornament is a bit of a star in my collection. It was my first model and so is really the reason that the rest of the collection exists. When travelling up to Lexi Dick’s studio for my first go at wax modelling, I hadn’t really thought about what I was going to model. Frogs and lilypads featured strongly in my long-term jewellery sketchbook – so, when Lexi asked what I would model, the answer was frog. In my mind, I meant common frog – but I completely fell in love with a photo of a Red-Eyed Tree Frog in a perfect jewellery pose.

After four hours of modelling, my beautiful frog was the ugliest thing I’d ever seen – and so my frog (pendant version) is called Quasimodo (see last photo!). Thankfully I persevered – for quite a long time – but out of it I got my Quasimodo… And my jewellery business. He is even in my logo.

Since modelling him, I’ve been surprised by how passionate people are about frogs. I thought it was just me! And so now I have tree frogs in all sizes and all styles – and just as I think I’ve done my last frog, I find reason for doing another one. As I write this, I’m about to model a large common frog – in the style of my miniature common frog but much much bigger.



Sterling Silver

Hallmarked or Makers Mark:



He is just over 70mm in length and 52mm in width

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