plug pendant

Contest Ended, Winner(s) have been selected.
Hi I am after a design of a pendant which will be gold and whole design should be raised from the base I have provided a image of a similar outcome of the technique used of raising the border and actual design which I want implemented in the new design

The plug on the design should be 3 dimensional on a side perspective with the 3 pins someone how raised and the word "the" should be paved with diamonds small enough to fit 2 rows throughout
I'm not sure what this means
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1st Winner
#9 Plug Pendant 2 by John Paulo
2016-05-13 00:12:33
#1 Plug Pendant by John Paulo
Just sample and need to be revised or remodel
2016-05-04 03:43:58
#2 Plug pendant 1 by Irfan
plug pendant:
More designs available.
2016-05-07 08:05:34
#3 plug1.0 by roylam
simple design
2016-05-08 07:46:13
#5 Plug pendant by Johan
made in autocad 2010
2016-05-09 17:10:34
#6 Plug Pendant by Ephela Design
We used some artistic freedom to make the pendant a little bit more beautiful. We are ready to change the design, based on your feedback in short notice.
2016-05-12 18:03:32
#7 Plug by Ephela Design
We used some artistic freedom to make the pendant a little bit more beautiful. We are ready to change the design, based on your feedback in short notice.
2016-05-12 18:13:26
#8 Plug_Diamond Pendant by Ephela Design
We used some artistic freedom to make the pendant a little bit more beautiful. We are ready to change the design, based on your feedback in short notice. Sorry for the 3 uploads. I hope this is the last! In second SLDPRT file and in some photos too, you can see the shape of the diamond socket.
2016-05-12 20:24:36


Tue, 17 May 2016 19:08:24 +0000
Sooooooo, 17 days left and a winner has already been chosen? I guess there's no point in putting any more effort into this contest. I've got a pretty cool design, almost finished with it too...oh well ;)

kane m


Sat, 07 May 2016 14:50:15 +0000
Hi good job on the pendant one last thing is to make it not so wide thanks so you can reduce the inches on the sides width
Wed, 04 May 2016 20:38:48 +0000
can we submit solidworks file



Wed, 04 May 2016 14:38:08 +0000
What are the dimensions to design this for you sir?

kane m


Wed, 04 May 2016 01:55:26 +0000
4 x 4 inches if not a little more or less depending on design you implamemt
Wed, 04 May 2016 01:39:39 +0000
we don't need 3d files. What is the overall size you are looking for ?
Wed, 04 May 2016 01:14:05 +0000
instead of images, would you send us 3d file (solidworks file) for this project ?
Tue, 03 May 2016 23:07:07 +0000
what size would you like the pendant to be. are you wanting a replica of your attachment or in the spirit of your image attachment?
If so, what is the purpose of the pendant, is it supposed to express love, friendship, status, etc...
Mechanical Engineer
Material Science Engineer
Chicago, IL

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