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Well, maybe not dead ... but sold or coveted. If you see something here that you absolutely MUST have, quit yer cryin' - just email me and I'll let you know if I can make you something very similar.


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Handwoven cylinder bead triangles with a red velvet faceted bicone crystal dangling from the bottom. Earwires are sterling silver.

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These earrings were created using a pair of my handwoven peyote stitch tubes. The Japanese cylinder beads used in these tubes are silver-lined crystal and teal.

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Black Magnesite skulls hang from short lengths of sterling silver chain. Simple and cool.


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This bracelet was woven in square stitch using seed beads in black, light denim blue, and galvanized silver. The clasp is a sterling silver lobster claw,


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This bracelet was handwoven using tiny gold/purple AB (aurora borealis) cubes using herringbone stitch. This stitch makes a sleek open weave fabric.


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This bracelet was woven with Japanese glass cylinder beads. The pattern is one that I found years ago and finally decided to use it. The beads are galvanized silver and a cool muted matte blue. The clasp is a sterling silver lobster claw.


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The hammered copper disc sits above a sun-shiney yellow stone ring. A firey Swarovski crystal bicone sits in the center. I put all these 'lil parts together using a thin copper wire.


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These earrings were made using a pair of spotted lampwork beads that I made in white and bright yellow. They are clustered with yellow Swarovski crystal cubes and white faceted Swarovski crystal rounds.


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This bracelet was made up of green and orange handwoven seed beaded links. They are connected by handwoven bands of galvanized silver seed beads.


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The brass chains are 1.75 inches long from the bottom of the earwire. they are embellished with glass beads, brass discs, Swarovski crystal bicones and a decorative filigree piece at the bottom.


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These earrings were made using a technique called 'bead quilling'. The body of the earring is made using bright red beads that are intricately connected with black thread. They have silver spacers attached at the center.


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I made this bracelet by weaving black seed beads and triangle shaped beads together. The result is a cool mosaic looking pattern. The closure is a matte black button and loop.


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These cool soo-cho jade rounds are a cool muted milky pink color that I kinda dig. They are topped with thin copper filigree caps and hang from copper earwires.


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You'll get lots of compliments on the intense green color of the Jade rounds at the base of these earrings. Sitting atop these rounds are great intricate silver spacers and then a milky white moonstone.


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These earrings are made with black Onyx 8mm rounds on top of brown stone rectangles with African brass spacers underneath them. They are wrapped with sterling silver and hang from sterling earwires as well.


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Each of the triangles on this bracelet were handwoven, and then carefully strung together. They are separated by faceted purple glass rondelles and the clasp is a sterling silver toggle with an inlaid purple stone in the ring.


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I made these by putting the metal through a rolling mill to apply the pattern, and then heating them with a torch to bend them to look like flowing fabric. There are Apatite teardrops dangling from the bottom & an Apatite round linked on the top.


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All the triangles on this necklace are handwoven in two separate pieces and stitched together. They're strung here with silver spacers and attached to a gunmetal chain. The clasp is a triple strength magnet. The larger triangle in the center is reversible. When u flip it around, the black and pink sections are reversed.


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I made this piece by weaving Japanese cylinder beads, cube beads and faceted blue Czech crystals. It is woven in the herringbone style and measures 7.5 inches. The clasp is a sterling lobster claw.


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This 42" long necklace was made completely by hand using vintage bronze wire for the hand twisted links, brass buddha beads, purple iris pearls and jade rounds. Wear it long or doubled it for a great look with a plunging neckline blouse. Or a t-shirt and jeans.


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If you like bling, these are for you. Each earring has 25 faceted crystals that have been hand wired to each individual link of the gold 4 inch chains. The crystals are a pinkish-red color with a gold luster. The earwires are gold filled lever-backs.


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This necklace is woven in the St Petersburg Stitch. It takes for-freaking-ever to do, but the results are fabulous. I made it by hand weaving amber purple lined seed beads and 4mm dark bronze faceted crystals. This one has a brass toggle clasp, and is about 22 inches long. The pendant is a gold dipped chunk of amethyst.


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These beautiful earrings have sterling silver chain that is scattered with Swarovski crystal dangles, light olive colored pearls and a pretty glass leaf at the very bottom. The earwires are sterling silver. Length is 1.75 inches from bottom of earwire. Very pretty!


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The name pretty much tells you what these are. So I won't be redundant by trying to make up more of an explanation. They're on sterling silver earwires and are 1.5 inches long.


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Pick a shape, any shape. This bracelet was made using brass chain with triangular links. The clasp is a round toggle, and the swirled glass beads are square. Each bead is wrapped & hung from a different link in the chain. It measures 7.5 inches long. I can change the clasp if you don't dig toggles, but it will completely ruin the name of the piece. If you can handle that kind of guilt, just say the word.


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I named these earrings "On The Fence" is because I originally thought I was going to keep them when I made them a few months ago. I absolutely loved them. But then I thought about my life for second, and exactly how many times I leave the house in just jeans or something casual.


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This cuff looks so cool on your wrist, that you're other wrist will be jealous! Its woven using Czech seed beads in transparent dark green and matte black. It measures 6.5 inches and closes with a magnetic clasp.


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"Zulu Vegas" is another cuff woven in the Zulu style. This one was a lil' flashy though. Silver lined seed beads with opaque turquoise colored ones make this one sweet wrist-full of bling. Measures about 2 inches wide. Look for more of these cuffs in the future. They take forever to make but the result is well worth it. I can make you one with custom colors and clasp.


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These 'Midnite Sun' earrings are pretty cool, I think. The black stone rings are wired to copper discs that I hammered and torched to change the color a bit. The earwires are also copper and they measure just under 2 inches from the bottom of the earwire. If these aren't your color, try taking a look at the Copper Sunshine earrings on this site.


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The "Almost Eileen" bracelet was made by handweaving cylinder beads into squares and then banding them together with smaller cylinder beads in galvanized silver. The closure is a woven triangle and a woven silver toggle bar. There's no metal in this piece. It was made using only a needle and thread


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These earrings were made using the classic color combination of black & silver. The triangles on these little beauties are handwoven in black cylinder beads with silver centers. They are topped with a shiny black Swarovski crystal bicone. Earwires are sterling silver.


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I called these "No Drama" and I loved them so much, I made a pair for myself! These simple dangles are made with flattened copper bar links, 6mm round jade beads, and a tiny copper round on the bottom. That's it. Like the name says... no drama. The earwires are copper, but can be changed to the metal of your choice.

 

 
     
 


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