Indigo Lights Jewelry
Though Sheri Cohen uses silver, dichroic glass, exotic beads, fossils, faceted stones
and found artifacts, her jewelry is more wearable art then what one would think of as traditional jewelry designs.
Hang In There
Elfried Somberg was born in the Netherlands, bringing to her craft a European flair.
The combination of European and American accents result in a uniquely feminine
design evident in her creations.
My jewelry is influenced by the multiple layers and the melding of colors evident
in the landscape that surrounds us. I recreate this in my work by layering a
variety of metallic shapes, colors and textures in my jewelry.
Allan Mason Jewelry
I decided to concentrate on bracelets and rings because, unlike most other forms
of adornment, the wearer can see and enjoy them as much as everyone else.
Hundreds of years ago, beadmakers heated glass using oil lamps, thus the name "lampworking" originated...a torch is used to heat glass rods...then the molten glass is wound onto a stainless steel rod...decorations and embellishments are applied with stringers of glass, enamel powders, frit, silver and gold foil and more...The final result is seen in the beautiful handmade beads used in many of my creations.
Now in San Diego, David started to focus on smaller sculptures, candleholders, paperweights etc... a young lady asked David to transform one of the custom paperweights into a pendant, and that was it, David found his calling.
He began to focus his unique signature techniques into the creation
of his LeightWorks Crystal Jewelry line.
An art festival in Utah changed my life in 2003 where I was first exposed to glass and the art of bead-making. I remember being absolutely mesmerized by glass...Today I fabricate sterling silver and torch worked glass beads to create whimsical, unique pieces of wearable art for you to enjoy and treasure forever.
Much of the JEEBA collection has been inspired by the rich Victorian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. There are also many original and unique designs inspired by the unusual flora of Australia and the lovely cottage gardens of England.
Whilst raising my young family, I adorned myself with my wacky and wild jewelry which often drew amazement and laughter. My bead-work has gone through different phases. It began as “serious” and intricate art work and has evolved into more fun, funky and fabulous jewelry.
MerriJane Morrison Jewelry
I create jewelry that reflects the beauty and elegance in nature. My designs are organic, modern, clean lined, original sterling silver castings accented by faceted semi-precious nuggets giving each piece it's own character.
Designed to be unique using an array of exquisite materials. From healing copper coil bracelets to couture form-fitting necklaces. Wearable art that makes a statement. Customize your own! Pick a style and pair it with a specific color or stone creating a one-of-a-kind piece to reveal your inner goddess.
...our mission is to help inspire and share the beauty and history of ancient coins with other art and history enthusiasts. Most of our coins have origins from the Greek, Roman, Jewish or Byzantine time periods. Each coin is different and has survived hundreds to thousands of years from the time it was minted.
Bridget’s passion is jewelry. With her back ground being a “jeweler’s”
daughter and her love for design,texture and a mind that needs tokeep
creating something new, jewelry was an obvious path. She has never been
formally taught, and all her techniques are ones she has developed herself.