Melting silver in Balls, linking them together with fat wire ==> a magic Ring adjustable to any finger, which can be moulded to any shape and position It was quite fun and unpredictable to melt silver into balls. Needless to say, they mainly looked like blobs and bubbles.
This ring was created for the birthday of a friend who loves silver. I named it after her.
Although I was first drawn to using reds and fiery oranges, I decided to think about Dancing Salsa.
I learnt Salsa with a Cuban Man. It was fantastic, full of rythm and lascive moves, Sexy and Hot.
Women wear tiny skirts that move and lift the air around them with the slightest movement. They are beautiful. Long slim and muscular legs, dark hair, high heels, lipstick and a tiny handbag with an attitude.
In Roman mythology Mercury is the god of commerce, travel and thievery, the Roman counterpart of the Greek god Hermes, the messenger of the Gods. The planet probably received this name because it moves so quickly across the sky.
Bronze Beauty / Mercury Rising Bubble im Orbit I did not have any bronze around, therefore, I settled for Mercury Rising Theme. I used Sterling Silver. The planet I created is an organic planet, conscious of its resources. I forged the metal into domes after embossing leaves in its texture.
A bit like Jupiter, there is a "ring" around my planet, which is fixed with soldier, That contains Mercury :), a bit like the line of the horizon.
I oxydised the globe, and then polished it, in order to show the skeleton at its maximum.
This pair of earrings combines a peacock green freshwater pearl with a myriad of tiny chains which dangle from the focal point (the pearl). These little chains are light enough to feel any move and move freely and fiercely in the wind or with any step the wearer will take, which I hope symbolises the tumultous waters of a waterfall. I chose a peacock green pearl because I have visited (and bathed in) several waterfalls in the French Caribean whose waters were an Emerald green.
With all the fuss about PIrates of the Carribean, I noticed that the lead character is modelling some gorgeous rings on his fingers. Her is What a pirate would wear on his fingers, what a Pirate would throw in his treasure chest. Please feel free to comment
I have truly enjoyed setting some of the stones bought precedently in different kinds of claw settings: settings with one gallery, with 2 galleries, with or without a split shank. The possibilities are just endless. They can become rings, earrings, pendants... A little selection in trendy colors for this autumn collection. Would you like one?