Thursday, December 8, 2011

The Christmas Crunch
I have been busily working away, configuring bezels into finished pieces of jewelry.  With a slight technical hiccup (don't ever buy printer ink from those companies that refill cartridges), I have been been making some pieces that use up some of the beads, pearls, and crystals that I had on hand.  However, I have several pieces that I have not photographed.  Look for a plethora of pictures to follow.

Fine antiqued copper chain with a triple pearl drop.
Accents of sage and garnet crystals.

Steampunk koi porthole necklace.
Antiqued brass findings, delicate chain.

Close up of koi necklace

Vintage anatomic heart illustration on green paisley.
Front closure with hand made sterling toggle
accented with freshwater pearl and Czech crystal.

Note the depth of the bezel, adding enough heft to keep
the toggle in place.

Jumper on aqua Japanese paper.
Thick silver bezel on a suede cord.

Substantial silver bezel, slightly oxidized.

Dressage horse and rider floating above aqua and brown paper.
Thick silver bezel and turquoise suede cord with silver findings.

Jumper and rider over a green paisley.
Fine silver bezel on a square chain, bracelet length.

Offset view of jumper bracelet.

Dressage necklace
Black and antiqued brass chain and findings
Front closure with handmade toggle featuring sage and garnet
Czech crystals.
On the way to a new owner.

Close up of dressage pendant.

Vintage French anatomic horse head.
On the way to a new owner.

Fine silver bezels encase swallows.
Accented with freshwater pearls.
On the way to a new owner.

Trio of horse bracelets on double strand rolled leather.
$12 each

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