I designed a simple causal bright set using chain mail and coral beads.
The bracelet is full of beads hanging from the outside of the weave.
I found very decorative to embellish it with beads.
I like to use the simple weave of chain mail in a pyramidal shape.
This time I chose to use red coral beads matches with red leather for the pendant.
The earrings are smaller but in the same design.
Enjoy looking or buying them.
Do you remember the old churches you visited in your childhood in the small villages, at the country side?
I liked the wheels of the old medieval bell towers.
I like how they are interlocked , small and big ones, turning to move the hands of the clock or the statues.
I designed such a nice link of circles – wheels imagining how my jewelry are moving and breathing.
I propose you to learn together the first steps in the byzantine chain mail weave.
Hello and Marry Christmas for all of you!
I hope you spent a nice Christmas time and you found many presents under the Christmas tree.
This year our tree is tall and thin, so we called it the “little ballerina” as those who are dancing on a music box. Usually our Christmas tree were rich in lower branches and looked old and impressive. This one looks young and “fresh” and dynamic. It brings a new feeling, something new, although this is an old tradition this time it happened something different, like a “young generation” is leading the holiday .
I am admiring it shinning from its little lights clock and it really seems a new beginning, an announcement for the New Year Eve.
Inspired by its brightness I beaded a delicate earrings pair, a winter jewelry for the New Year Eve celebration.
Have a good time!
When the day is gone the town looks mysterious cloaked in mist and smog. Few hours ago it started snowing. Big heavy snowflakes were dancing in front of my window. I stood for a while looking at the falling dots and it came to me a nice idea: winter is very different from summer BUT the jewelry cow;d be worn as well in both occasion. Last summer I created a wire woven necklace inspired by the sea and weave and blue. Now, looking at the winter to come I realized what a beautiful jewelry would be for the New Year Eve.
The delicate spirals woven around a blue glass bead keep the freshness of the summer weaves but also the cold and beauty of the silver winter land.
What do you think?