These earrings are like your favorite pair of jeans, boots or a softly worn leather belt. Hand-hammered earrings are formed and manipulated from sterling silver wire. The enamel dangle pieces are also hand formed and torch-fired at more than 1500 degrees. They’ve been added to give just a hint of color.
The inspiration for these lovelies is the photo below. Well worn, light weight and comfortable will come to mind as these earrings grace your ears. Dress up with your favorite long skirt and boots or down – with your favorite t-shirt and jeans.
Fall may be the time of year where folks believe that things are getting ready for the slumber of winter.
I think that fall produces some of the most beautiful subtle colors. Hand-formed metal bases are coated with muted enamel colors. These are torch-fired at 1500 degrees to produce a long wearing finish.
As you can see by this inspirational photo – there are fall hues that are high contrast, but light in color. Lovely enough to wear anytime, these earrings are sure to become a favorite of yours.
Inspired by nature herself. Rolled copper, die cut discs were hand-formed into a Calla lily shape. Handmade enamel head pins were added for interest and movement. Suspended from silver plate ear wires makes for easy wear.
Inspiration for color may come from nature. But, in this case it not only inspired the colors of fire red and bitter green enamel, but the shape as well. The perfection of the Calla Lily shown here was what inspired these light weight earrings.
A double strand of leather strips carry three floating torch-fired enamel medallions. Coordinating earrings were die-struck from copper and coated with vitreous enamel before being torch-fired at 1500 degrees.
Visions of sugarplums? No, but visions of hot chocolate -pictured here – were the inspiration for this casual set of jewelry.
A double strand of leather strips are home to three torch-fired enamel medallions in shades of lilac and pale blue. Coordinating earrings were die-struck from copper and coated with vitreous enamel before being torch-fired at 1500 degrees.
Fleeting images of well-worn and loved vintage fabric and pillows-pictured here – were the inspiration for this casual set of jewelry.