Posts Tagged ‘jewellery’
Maria Cristina Bellucci worked for several years making theatre and costume accessories, before branching out to design contemporary jewellery, such as her coloured pencil range. Her work is available from Alternatives Contemporary Jewellery.
The silly season is upon us again, which gives me the perfect excuse to go hunting on Etsy for gift ideas (as if I needed a reason…). Jewellery first – here’s a little collection of pretty sparkly things I found for all the Moms, sisters, daughters, friends and girlfriends; all handcrafted – you won’t find these in the shops 🙂
Sweetness & Light
Dark & Dramatic
All of the above Etsy shops are full of gorgeous handcrafted pieces, but I had to give a special mention to Opus Muse as I really really liked most of the things in this one!
Part two of my trip down geekery lane…
A little roundup of Etsy geek treasures in the shape of body parts…
Here are two companies that make exquisite jewellery from recycled forks and spoons.
Fork And Spoon Jewelry is a family business. The Leidelmeyer family have been silversmithing and jewellery making since 1970, and make a promise to their customers that only authentic flatware, including vintage and antique, is used to make their handcrafted jewellery.
Forkometry is an Australian company whose fork and spoon jewellery, as well as weather vanes, sculptures and ‘spoondalabra’ candle holders are available from various outlets listed on their site. Forkometry specialises in creating unique designs from converted silverware, weathered wood & collected objects.