Sunday, September 12, 2010

~ New Designs ~

After three hours of polishing, here is the silver clay, ready to use.


I'll be back with some finished pieces in a bit! 

Friday, September 10, 2010

cleopatra is jealous of this one~

This necklace turned out SO beautiful. Pyrite, recycled sterling silver wire, a copper clay toggle clasp and lapis lazuli beads from Afghanistan.  It's one of my favorites ever, so I'm listing it for two weeks, and if it hasn't sold by then, it will be mine forever~

Find it here~
www.peacesofindigo.etsy.com
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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

love this necklace!!!

Royal blue glass beads are twisted on recycled sterling silver wire.  Each blue bead is framed by silver African trade beads.  There are two sodalite beads framed by twisted rope discs.  The closure is a hand forged silver hook and silver chain that allows the necklace to adjust from 19.5 to 21.25 inches in length.  The last link has a pale green prehnite bead that is capped with sterling silver petals. The pendant is made using precious metal clay, it has 'Nature is the Art of God" by Emerson on one side and is framed by vines on the other.

One of a kind and gorgeous~

new designs!!!

This copper clay pendant hangs on a brown leather strand that is finished with cast sterling silver tulip pieces and a lobster clasp.
The faceted blue hemimorphite bead is semi transparent and beautiful.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

a custom necklace that i am in love with~

designed by a daughter for her mother, this hunk of silver is gorgeous!!!

the thickness of a nickel, and measuring 1.5 inches in diameter, it's large and a huge statement piece.

think Christmas!  you can see more of my pieces here:
www.peacesofindigo.etsy.com