Electric Blue

Posted in: Jewelry on Wednesday August 12, 2009

 

I don’t know how he did it but Jesse DeMoss created an electric storm here.  I wish the photo could properly convey the flashing activity inside this pendant.

 

Mushroom garden

Posted in: Jewelry on Wednesday August 12, 2009

I think this is the cutest little thing, tiny green and raisen colored mushrooms popping up out of teal bedrock.

Ice Phoenix

Posted in: Jewelry on Wednesday August 12, 2009

Ice Phoenix

This pendant is an older model 🙂   It  was one of Jesse DeMoss‘  first creations.  I’m glad I held onto it because I’ve since come to recognize that no two are ever alike.  Do you see those sad looking gray rocks?  What a surprise they are.  They look dull, but when sun hits them just right they dazzle and spray flashing blue lights.  The stone is called Labradorite.  I think it’s neato-skeeto.

Rasberry Lime

Posted in: Jewelry on Wednesday August 12, 2009

Rasberries and limes

A pretty painterly pendant that begged for garnets and peridot chips.

Pearl Water on a Cat's Tongue

Posted in: Jewelry on Tuesday August 11, 2009

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Gobs of dark pearls, crystal quartz and copper. The pendant was made with silver fume. Small chunks of silver were put in front of the torch, which turned the metal to smoke – or fumes if you will. The fume instantly adheres to the molten glass. Well, I wasn’t there but that’s what I was told.  🙂  It looks like a cat’s tongue to me.

Here we go Loopty Loo

Posted in: Jewelry on Tuesday August 11, 2009

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Beautiful chrysocolla stones and a fun glass pendant.  I pounded high grade silver into loops to match the loopy pendant.  I also made a pounded silver clasp, which of course is in back where you can’t see it. 🙂

Parlor Beauty

Posted in: Jewelry on Tuesday August 11, 2009

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Rhodonite (pink) and Prehnite (green). I’m not sure, but I think the better quality of prehnite does not have the dark inclusions.    But the thing is, the ones with the inclusions are my favorite. What an awesome pendant this is. The dark green “leaf” matches the dark inclusions in the beads. I’ve also used a few blister pearls, a sprinkle of silver and some rosy quartz.

Yellow Eyepopper

Posted in: Jewelry on Saturday August 8, 2009
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Yellow and turquoise

I love this pendant.   It’s stunning.

Yellow and turquoise

I picked out the deepest darkest chrysocolla beads and turquoise pebbles I could find.  I threw in some dark bloodstone too.  Nice silver clasp.

Coral Flowers

Posted in: Jewelry on Saturday August 8, 2009
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I really like this pendant.  It’s so pretty with those 3 separate flowers.  The purple stone is called Sugalite.  I threw in some lavender crystals,  some coral chunks, and it was good to go!

Made from coral and sugalite.