Tuesday, February 16, 2010

jewelry not yet on etsy

love this one- the asher. champagne citrine (notice the new shape?!), london blue topaz (also new shape!), sky blue topaz, and smoky quartz, 18"- $78.

this is like a retired beanie baby. i'm not sure how, i just think it's funny when people compare things to beanie babies. actually, i'll tell you how. the smoky quartz stone above is really pretty, but the angle of the top of it is not something i was prepared for, and most were too wide to wrap. on the rest the wire just bunched and said, "no way, jose." i think the ones that worked went to the stores, and maybe i kept one. a new version of this necklace is available without so much wire wrapping at the top. 36"- $68.

this was made with valentine's day in mind, and although it's not in my etsy shop, it is available at jenni b. in monrovia and dreamy in encinitas. or just email me and i'll make you one. rose quartz and rhodolite garnet, 18"- $48.
these i only have one picture of, which is why they're not on etsy. i kind of like them, though, so maybe i'll have to make another pair and stage a photo shoot. black tourmaline and sapphires, $98.
the above bracelet and earrings are london blue, white, and sky blue topaz, champagne citrine, and smoky quartz. the whole blue and brown thing. i tried taking some artsy shots of the earrings in our christmas tree, but that was a disaster. looks like the lighting still wasn't great for the above pictures...earrings- $98, bracelet- $198.

this necklace is a version of a necklace i made and sold at the la county fair years ago, before i started photographing my jewelry. now it's called the mabel, and it's $298 if anybody's interested. adjustable from 16"-18".

that is a custom pendant i made for someone- a gift for her from her. it's similar to the avery necklace, with mint quartz, green sapphires, and headpins i made myself! the heart clasp isn't actually part of it, just holding it for the shot.

i made the above earrings for a bride last fall. keishi pearls, white topaz, and rhodolite garnet. I think they ended up being about 2.5 inches, and went nicely with her very drapey orchid bouquet.

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