I consider spiral very decorative, part of the arabesque style using the wrapped and twisted technique of
There are green and red version of variation of the design.
The ring is adjustable.
2 hours work.
Materials used: silver sterling wire with red glass beads.
I designed this delicate flower brooch to underline a feminine touch. The woven base is done using silver sterling wire. Both ends have arabesques twisted. The metal flower is decorated with a blue sea glass bead. Dimension 4 x 14cm, 3 hours work.
Materials used: Silver sterling wire, non tarnish metal flower, glass bead.
Where to buy: http://www.otila.ro/brooches/metal-and-chainmaille-jewelry/brooch-flower-silver-woven
I started this design around a Venice glass in a leaf shape. I started drawing spirals linked to its case. AS i was working i decorated each spiral in a different way and shape it in a sophisticated amphora. The wire weaving is done using simple coiling around one wire or around 2 linked wires creating a new design band. One of the bands are decorated with metal beads.
I let the wire down when i felt i finish the pendant. it has n amphora shape for the Cala lilt flowers from the focal.
I used silver plated wire and beads and a large Venice glass bead (2.5 x 5cm).
Dimension of the pendant: 19x 14 cm. Light.
As usually each month comes with a new challenge in bead weaving.
This month theme is “HOT, HOT, HOT”.
I worked on a elegant chocker for evening events and parties, for beautiful woman necks.
I beaded in lacing technique segments of flowers using seed beads and crystals.
Golden seed beads as the glowing summer sun and red crystals as the setting sun entering the sea.
I hope you like my necklace, and if you do you can vote it (no. 27) at
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?