Here's a look at some of the jewelry I completed this week as part of the show at the school. First is a necklace for a new dad. The chain is heavily oxidized and the edges of the name stick are hammered.
Next, a hammered brass heart with "my love" stamped in French. This heart has a riveted bail and a soft leather cord hand-wrapped in silver wire. I've used a precious faceted natural ruby and a beautiful pearl to symbolize love and purity.
A hammered circle pendant with a coin pearl.
A mother's necklace accented with a pearl.
"Strength" and "shine" necklaces with copper.
A hammered mother's necklace with a coin pearl.
These are so fun to make, I love it every time.
Here is another one:
A "shine" pendant with a brass star.
The leather cord is finished with silver accents.
Another circle pendant, this time for a grandmother.
Here's a bracelet for Kelly. I made one for her mom a while back. This shows the names of her kids on the circles, and her husband's and her initials on the square.
On the back are their birth dates and wedding date.
An initial necklace with a pearl.
This is a "family" necklace for Jessica. It includes her three children and their birth dates, a stick representing her marriage, and a precious pearl.
I love this "shine" pendant and had to snap a photo of all three metals together: copper, silver, and brass. Each star is hand cut and seems to have it's own personality and movement. In my mind, the stars are jumping with great enthusiasm!
Here's a great necklace for Susie. It has the initials of her children and their birth dates wrapped around the edges. SO cute!
A lovely gift for Tim's wife.
This is a bracelet with their three kids' names.
Birth dates on back:
And a fun necklace that includes their wedding date.