Deep red hand-hammered copper peeks out along the edges of beautiful cornflower blue enamel in these dangling bowl-shaped earrings. Each earring has its own color and texture variation due to the hand-crafted process.
Cooling cornflower blue – beautiful. Perfect when you are wanting a little extra color. Playful! Perfect for summer.
Earrings are three-quarters inch diameter, by about a quarter inch deep. The wire is sterling silver. Signed on the back.
Polished silver and copper mokume, garnet, and fine silver make up this hollow form pendant. The copper in the mokume is a deep red that will shift and deepen in color over time as it matures, coinciding with the organic beauty of the mokume design. A unique piece that will become more beautiful over time.
Entirely hand-crafted and one-of-a-kind. Signed on the back. Approximately four inches long by about three-quarter inches wide by one quarter inch deep. Shown with a 5-strand black omega necklace.
I’ll be at Zen Mountain Gallery on November 3rd between 5:00 and 8:00 for the Jerome Art Walk. Some of you may not know, but I teach metalsmithing and will be doing a live jewelry-making demonstration!
Come on out and see how I create some of my work, and please, say “Hello!!”
It is such a gorgeous time of year in Arizona ~ the perfect time to be out, enjoying the crisp fall air, amazing landscapes, and, of course, art!
The event at Zen Mountain Gallery will be icing on the cake.
Zen Mountain Gallery is at:
515 Main Street in Jerome