Super happy with how this turned out in the end. Perfect for adding that extra punch of colour to one of many bohemian items in my closet.
15 Feb 2017 Leave a comment
03 Feb 2017 Leave a comment
Assembly is always my least and most preferred process in jewelry making. All the pieced have been prepared, the design is mapped out and now the only thing standing in the way is the speed of my fingers to put it all together and bring it to life.
31 Jan 2017 Leave a comment
Here we go! Work in progress…feeling a 70’s vibe coming on…it was only fitting to use vintage glass and dyed bone to go with hand drilled turquoise.
11 Jan 2017 Leave a comment
Sometimes an old piece needs a makeover. This necklace was made using only oxidized silver and amazing Iranian turquoise. The large focal turquoise is actually a cabochon. I was able to build a cage using only jump rings (an arduous but rewarding feat). Thought I’d capture it before it gets taken apart for a new look.
21 May 2014 Leave a comment
Summer is quickly approaching. While most of us will begin to favour lighter clothing, less layers and diaphanous materials, we can make up for it with a simple but bold piece.
Using nothing more than rock crystal quartz and a handmade and lightweight aluminum chain, this necklace is a great accessory for something as basic as a white t-shirt or perfect to wear with a dress on a night out.