Thursday, August 12, 2010

boldness, mystery, and gentility

i stayed up very late last night and finished three projects that i started a while ago and just haven't been able to complete.

this is the "mystery" ring, with turkish dendritic opal.

i love the high dome, pillowy cut of this stone, and the depth of the pattern is tremendous.

this stone has such a hidden and mysterious look to it. you can see so many things in it...a snowy branch, moss, a fern-like plant, a flock of startled ravens taking flight, a tree...

dendritic opal is said to promote growth, (spiritual and physical) and enhance organizational abilities. hmmm.... maybe i should hang on to it in that case, huh?

it is a delightful pointer finger ring.


this here is the "bold freedom" necklace, with a delicious pale wispy larimar.

i gave it all kinds of texture around the edges and crafted a cool spiral bail.

it is on my signature heavy, textured chain.

and, because larimar is said to assist one is recognizing self-imposed chains, and facilitate breaking free from them, i put "freedom lies in being bold" on the back.


i also made another "child of the universe" ring, with an amazing BIG (don't think i can ever get these big ones again) prehnite. drool.


good ol max ehrman on the back...


and, i get to work ALL DAY tomorrow! yay! i just can't wait! i will certainly have some goodies for you!

3 comments:

mirien said...

I'm so behind on comments, must have missed your last 5 or 6 posts, sorry! I'm going to go back and catvh up, so don't be surprised if you suddenly get a few commnents form me!

As to this one, it must have been lovely to have been out late, working away, peaceful and creative in your gorgeous workshop, and what amazing work, as always!

Patty said...

Incredible, as usual!!!!!

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