The other one, shown below, is called Tiny Cameo, and is small and dainty. It was made in a similar way, using another genuine cameo in my collection to form the mold. I've paired it with a complementary necklace strand made from delicate matte black Japanese glass seed beads and small sterling silver beads, closing with a sterling silver clasp. It suits this sweet little pendant very nicely. Either of these cameos can be worn instead with a silver chain or neckwire, or any other necklace you want (both are easily removable from the strand that they come with). Click on the photo for more information about Tiny Cameo.
The last two photos show the cameos with their original counterparts. Notice how much smaller they are. This is because precious metal clay shrinks after firing. The metal particles are suspended in an organic matrix. The matrix burns away in the kiln, and the metal particles sinter, or fuse, together, forming pure, solid silver.