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Friday, February 26, 2010

SUBTLE CURRENTSSPRING JEWELRY DESIGNS

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Shell, florite, aquamarine, pearl and art glass get into the flow
 
 
 
 
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Paua Shell, raku, brass, aquamarine, pearl, pick up so many hues…
 
 
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Posted by Jane on 02/26 at 08:05 AM
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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Where the Wild Things Are

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Butter amber, sliced agate, jasper.

agate and onyx in 'Where the Wild Things are' necklace

 

 

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Sliced howlite, agate and jasper dance with

new age amber, seed pods, amber and brass in 'Geologie' necklace

 

* NOTE: though most of the pieces displayed here are on their way to my retail stores, I will sell directly to individuals who contact me. I

also do commission work. Contact me if interested at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

 

 

 

Posted by Jane on 01/27 at 01:36 PM
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From the entry 'SUBTLE CURRENTSSPRING JEWELRY DESIGNS'.
The Celtic crosses are typically made in both silver and gold and can come in many forms. They are made in pendants to be used as necklaces as well as earrings. You can also find them on rings and bracelets.

By fashion jewelry on 2011 02 06

From the entry 'MY INSPIRATION IN STONES AND FINDINGS, Autumn 09 edition'.
lovely!!!

By Pearl on 2010 04 07

From the entry 'Where the Wild Things Are'.
Wow, I love that butter amber creation.

By Verna on 2010 01 30

From the entry 'WINTER LIGHT DESIGNS'.
Jane, this is seriously gorgeous. Just imagining how beautiful this would be on. Where is your buy now or envy button?

By Margaret Pittman on 2010 01 28

From the entry 'WINTER LIGHT DESIGNS'.
Turquoise is a favorite of mine and these are absolutely lovely. Jane you have created another masterpiece.

By Verna on 2009 12 03

From the entry 'MY INSPIRATION IN STONES AND FINDINGS, Autumn 09 edition'.
How have I missed all these before? Everything is lovely, so evocative and ethereal, the sorts of jewelry that make me just get all daydream-y. Beautiful! Susie TheAntiquePalette.etsy.com

By Susan Land on 2009 11 10

From the entry 'LEAF FORMS TO WEAR'.
LOVE your work! A girl after my own heart! I just started playing with beads last year and am learning more every day. Thanks for sharing--your work is beautiful! Peggy

By Peggy on 2007 11 07

From the entry 'LEAF FORMS TO WEAR'.
:kiss: Jane, your Leaf Arror Necklace would look beautiful on anyone. Your designs and actual pieces get better as days go on. My problem is that I want them all. Jackie

By JACQUELYN on 2007 09 28

From the entry 'JEWELRY SEEKING SPRING'.
:-) Jane, the Raku necklace is magnificent. You should design kits where we could make jewelry the same or similar to yours. Jackie

By JACQUELYN on 2007 09 01

From the entry 'JEWELRY SEEKING SPRING'.
Hi - For some resons (on my end) I have had toruble posting but here I am! I think a jewlery along is in order after the ocean cruise knitting. Santa Fe and Nova Scotia sound interesting...

By janice on 2007 03 22

From the entry 'JEWELRY SEEKING SPRING'.
Very cool Jane! I have been visiting this page every so often to see if you have come up with inspirations for your newer knitwear, as you usually do. It is such a wonderful idea to make jewelry to accent the awesome knits you create, and for us too. When a free~ranger gets into the spirit of a project, it just naturally wants to flow into the accessories. I should be thinking ahead to create something wonderful for the emerging Ocean project. Ir makes me think of turquiose, silvery, some purple, and little driftwood bits. ...To remember those poor ships lost at sea. And greeny somethings of kelp and seaweed. Maybe even a touch of coral to spark it off.

By Mardi on 2007 03 11
 


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