Friday, March 18, 2011

Simple is Good.

These simple beauties were what I've been working on lately.  They should be going into my Etsy shop sometime this weekend, should you be so inclined!

 Creamy white freshwater pearls and sterling silver
 
 Peacock freshwater pearls and sterling silver.


And while this one is a tad simple, it at the same time, is not.  It's a touch artsy with the simple wire wrapping the stone and handcrafted sterling silver chain, but not overly.  And at the last show I did, a necklace very similar to this was the very first thing I sold!   And then I had people wanting to buy it right off the purchaser's neck...  Isn't that a great feeling?

Faceted labradorite, faceted moonstone, sterling silver and greek leather
(this picture doesn't show the true flash of that labradorite.)

Turquoise and copper have been going over in a *big* way for me!  I think that no matter how many times, and no matter how many combinations I use turquoise and copper in, it's a winner.  This is a simple, yet dramatic, organic-looking monochromatic turquoise triple-strand bracelet with copper accents. 


Do you have any particular thing you could make and it'll just fly off and wing it's way to new owners no matter how many times you put it out there? 

3 comments:

Molly Alexander said...

These are just beautiful Holly - my kind of jewelry! :)

Stacie said...

I really like the wrap you did on the faceted Lab...great work here!!! I use a lot of pearls in my work...have been buying them from Majestic Pearl for years.

Lori~Studio Waterstone said...

Beautiful work! Simple is indeed good. I'm loving the top necklace with pearls.

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