Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Wednesday Previews!

Being a full time working mother, I don’t get much time to create jewelry. So I have been finding creative ways to make and photograph my jewelry. I attempted to get some photos of three new pieces last night, unfortunately my batteries ran low before I could get a lot of good shots. So I decided to let you guys in on a preview of upcoming listings (once I get the shots I want.) Be warned though these are not my best photography. :)

Rainbow Obsidian Cabochon Necklace

This is a piece of Rainbow Obsidian that I cut a couple of months ago. I finally got around to wrapping it. The obsidian is wrapped in half round sterling silver and suspended on an 18 inch snake chain. Although you cannot see it well in these photos, there is a bulls-eye rainbow in the center of this cabochon. I hope to get some great photos that show off the bulls-eye before I list this beauty on Etsy.
Golden Rutilated Quartz Necklace

This is another cabochon that I have cut. Although this necklace does have a glaring impurity near the center, it still is a beauty. (What can I say, I believe imperfections give character!) This crystal quartz contains needles of gold rutile throughout the stone. Set in 14 kt gold fill wire and suspended on an 18 inch, triple rope, 14kt gold fill chain, I hope to have this necklace listed soon!

Sterling Silver Heart Necklace

My sterling silver heart earrings have been so popular, that I decided to create a necklace that complimented them. The result is this beautiful sterling silver heart necklace. The pendant is created from 16 gauge sterling silver wire, and has been hammered to create this wonderful texture. Truly a Valentine in the making, the heart is suspended on an 18 inch sterling silver snake chain. This one I should have listed in a few days!

I hope you have enjoyed your sneak peak of my upcoming listings! Have a great day.


  1. I just realized I wasn't following your blog! I took care of that :-)

    Have a great day!


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