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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Recent Work

For Libellula Jewelry

Some etching:

Libellula Jewelry:  Etched brass earrings

Libellula Jewelry:  Etched brass & Czech glass earrings

Libellula Jewelry:  Etched brass & copper earrings

Libellula Jewelry:  Etched brass & pyrite earrings

Libellula Jewelry:  Etched brass & Czech glass earrings

Libellula Jewelry:  Etched brass chain earrings

Libellula Jewelry:  Violet patina etched brass earrings

Some with artisan ceramics:

Libellula Jewelry:  Terracotta & copper earrings

Libellula Jewelry:  Terracotta & Czech glass earrings

Libellula Jewelry:  Terracotta leaf earrings

Libellula Jewelry:  Ceramic & sterling silver earrings

Hammered brass:

Libellula Jewelry:  Hammered brass, Czech Glass, & malachite azurite earrings

And for Cicada Silver

Cicada Silver:  Sterling silver bubble earrings

Cicada Silver:  Sterling silver linked circles earrings

Cicada Silver:  Sterling silver octagonal earrings

Cicada Silver:  Sterling silver oval earrings

Cicada Silver:  Sterling silver & turquoise earrings

Many more photos to come...

8 comments:

  1. oh, i am drooling on the keyboard. these are exquisite. the etchings like quilting on metal . . .

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    1. Hi Jeanne. Thank you so much! Please send me an email ;)
      libellulajewelry (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  2. Cool new stuff! Especially the etched pieces. I love the earwires on the 5th pair of earrings. Looks like you've been busy!

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    1. Thank you, Barb! We've talked previously about our procrastination regarding photos/listing and I have taken it to all new levels...I'm hoping to sell a bunch of the new pieces at the next two markets and get the better pieces into a gallery. *So* many more photos are coming!

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  3. They are all beautiful, as always. Love seeing your work. Andrea

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    1. Thank you so much, Andrea. There is nothing like having several dates on the calendar marked for upcoming markets/festivals/shows to light a fire under one's tukhus. It certainly got me busy!

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  4. Random question, do you etch and then cut, or cut and then etch? I've ordered in some etching supplies but I'm not sure which way round would be best!

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    1. Hi Jess! I know people who do it both ways but I prefer to etch and then cut with either a disc cutter or jeweler's saw. I look forward to seeing your etching. Have fun!

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