Sunday, November 11, 2007

David Yurman, Eat This



It's beyond hectic here. I am gearing up for the No Coast Craft O Rama with my other line, and I've been selling heavily on that side of things, so I haven't had as much weaving time as I'd like with that going on.

However, I did finish up this major piece today. Ondine is just kyanite and sterling. The beads are wireworked. This is my new thing, as I've been struggling with the idea of cleaning/maintaining sterling jewelry on thread or fiber in the long term. It's not the the thread doesn't work at all, I just wanted the integrity of a piece which is just metal and stone. Yes they take forever and yes, they are priced as high quality bridge jewelry.

David Yurman eat this. Ha.

8 comments:

E & E Bungalow said...

WOW! Ondine so gorgeous and your bead weaving is amazing! I love the clean, modern, and luxurious look. Beautiful!

enso said...

thanks so much! I've checked you out and blogrolled you - very fun read. Appreciate your stopping by so much!

Carol Dean said...

Have I told you lately how much I love and admire your work? ;)

Contrariwise said...

Your jewelry is amazing!

hands2heal said...

This is just gorgeous. So simple and elegant.

markali52 said...

Elegant designs I saw something similar but not quite as good design wise in diamante jewellery, although it was a costume piece it was still quite striking.

kawaii crafter said...

just beautiful, I love how it's simple but has a lot of texture :)

Marjo Jewellery said...

You can get lovely ranges of wholesale jewellery which could be a cheaper alternative.