It's time to get back to creating some new pieces.
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
It was war time 1942, and my Mother was in a beauty pagent running for "Miss Columbia Steel". She won, and found herself the object of many men in uniform. She has always been my mentor in all things of beauty.
I will always love you Glo A!
This was one of her jewelry boxes that was actually a wood English tea caddy with shell inlay. She lined it with beautiful chartreuse silk that came off the hem of her Richard Tam opera gown. I added four of my favorite blue and green pearl pieces filled with rhinestones and assorted cluster earrings.
The hues of turquoise and baby blues compliment each other and I can't help but think of the Caribbean Sea. The gold sea shells came off a broken charm bracelet from one of my Mother's admirers. The stars were her clip on earrings and the centerpiece a lovely broach.
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Monday, November 22, 2010
Shades of berry beads and pink pearls combined with vintage enamel floral earrings make up this one of a kind piece.
One of my favorite pieces, this can either be worn as a bracelet as shown, or easily extended with coordinating beads to be a lovely necklace.
A vision in amber and crystal beads, this necklace comprises four different vintage earrings
My ode to Carmen Miranda! This tropical lei like necklace is the perfect summer accessory.
An homage to another era, moonstone like earrings are combined to create this lovely bracelet.
Aurora borealis crystal beads and vintage rhinestone earrings are combined to make this lovely bracelet, perfect for the holidays!
All pieces are one of a kind and can be customized to your specifications.
Prices are available upon request.
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