Category Archives: bridal/weddings
Atty. T.M. wears her 14k gold cuff adorned with grossular garnets, Swarovski crystals and rice pearls.
Atty. R.D. wears her “Diamonds & Pearls” necklace as described here.
Two lovely clients loving their pieces 🙂
These are bespoke orders. If you want me to create one for you too, do send us an email at email@example.com
For those of you who are frequent readers here, you will notice the
various constant changes in my WordPress Theme….
The truth is, WordPress has a lot of nice themes to choose from and I have been enamored by all of them. I have tried dark backgrounds thinking that it will help make the colors of my accessories and jewelry pop out. Wrong. First, my widgets were nowhere in sight and it was sooo dark! It turned out to be very heavy and too strong to the overall look of what the brand is all about.
So today, I braved the themes section and chose a more, light and airy theme. I am not a techie kind of girl but when my widgets disappeared with my former theme, they somehow magically appeared!
I think I will stick to this theme from now on. It is minimalism perfected!
It does not look complicated.
And most importantly, my photos seem to shine more.
That’s what’s important right? 🙂
So head on here to check out what I have in store 😉
One thing I like about custom orders is the liberality and the extent of creativeness I can do with a piece 🙂
Here are a few requests I have recently made:
If you’d like me to create something magical for you too, do let me know 🙂
I’ve mentioned before that I started with ornate headbands. I have moved on to other items now but my love for making these works of art has not changed. While I love making these beauties, the cost, time and materials makes me create them only if requested.
Last weekend I received a message about a soon to be bride wanting to buy my ornate emerald headband. Remember that these are custom pieces, thus, those in my store are there for illustration purposes. This means that once an order is placed, that is the time I will only make them.
Behold Angela’s headband! Made from mother of pearl flowers, jade and adventurine nuggets, majorica pearls and Austrian crystal. All of these are wire wrapped in high quality stainless steel wire.
I’d love to make one for you too, on your special day 🙂
For custom orders, please click here 🙂
But not The diamonds. I’m referring to my current obsession with Herkimer diamonds.
Herkimer diamonds is the generic term for double terminated crystal quartz that were first discovered among the exposed outcrops of clolostone located in Herkimer, New York. The stone’s diamond-shaped appearance are natural faces. This means that the facets appear to have been cut but in reality, the facets were made by nature itself. This becomes possible with a high percentage of the stone’s unimpeded growth.
In the next post, I will show you photos of what these diamonds look like and how I have interpreted them and incorporated them in my designs.
Not just any other pearl, but the actual pearls I use in my 2011 Collection.
This is a new year and a new year entails new discoveries. Late last year I discovered what will constitute my pearl collection for 2011: South Sea Shell Pearls.
Little is known about this variety of pearls and so I will share a little of what I have found out:
South Sea Shell pearls are the by-products of the REAL South Sea Pearls. By this, it means that the shell of the clams producing these beauties are cut and pulverized or powdered and shaped to form a perfect round pearl. Successive layers are added over and over again mimicking the process of how natural pearls are created.
The effect is practically a flawfless and perfect shaped pearl!
When creating pearl jewelry, I prefer to up the ante and use these kinds of pearls. They are unique and perfect and their quality is superb with the same feel and weight as the real South Sea pearls!
While considered man-made (although some real South Sea pearls are made from a nucleus inserted by man in the oyster to form the pearl), these pearls are not synthetic and neither are they made from wax or glass.
In my next post, I will be showing you what I was able to create using these beauties 🙂
So many things to do so little time!
Instead of backtracking my lack of posts, I’ll give you a brief overview of some of the pieces i’ve made for my winter collection.
I’ll be back in a few to post more! stay tuned!
I can start feeling the Christmas spirit with all the greens, and reds and blues and white!
A lovely winter plant that blooms from December through March.
Petals of beautiful smooth kyanite briolettes woven together with 10k solid gold wire. The winter look is completed with a enigmatic opalite faceted briolette drop.
Measures approximately 1.75 inches from top to bottom.
Now available in my shop.