Just so you know we are still working away… The name of the new ring Jan made is … ‘Blue World’. Isn’t it a beautiful shape Lapis Lazuli stone?
Entries Tagged as 'Handmade'
October 7th, 2009 · No Comments · Jewelry, Work in progress...
September 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Jewelry, My Work, Work in progress...
Today I show you a photo of the work in progress of “Stairway to Heaven 2” our new wooden bracelet. These are fun bracelets to make… For this one we used chestnut and ebony wood. The metal hinges are made of titanium and the little dot of orange you see is acrylic.
September 4th, 2009 · No Comments · Fashion, Handmade
Terry Graziano of Astoria, New york, started making hats about 15 years ago. All of the designs and patterns are her own original creations. She makes multifunctional hats for women using eco-friendly mill-end surplus fabrics. Each hat is fully lined in silk for comfort, and they are adjustable for head size and shape to create [...]
August 31st, 2009 · No Comments · Handmade, Jewelry, My Work, Uncategorized
Hope you all had a nice weekend? People often ask me to take pictures while working on a piece of jewelry. Most of the time I completely forget about it. But last week when Jan was working on this bracelet I took some photos. The bracelet is made of Sterling silver and has ebony inlays. [...]
August 28th, 2009 · No Comments · Fashion, Handmade
In about a month’s time the weather will be cooler and before you know it we need, scarves, cowls and neck warmers. One of my favorites sellers for knits on Etsy is Yokoo. She is a knitter from Atlanta and she makes wonderful, big wide scarves, huge cowls and woolen neckpieces… Hope you all have [...]
May 16th, 2009 · No Comments · Art, Ceramics, Design, Fashion, Food, Handmade, Jewelry, Life, Photography
An other step on our international road. We joined Etsy! A site and artistic community with hundreds of shops from people all over the world who sell handmade products. Those products range from ugly homemade art, to gorgeous fashion, lovely handmade shoes or modern ceramics. Please see for your self at www.TheJewelryStory.etsy.com