Sunday, November 21, 2010

Pendants on neckwires

The first neckwire I sold was one of my simplest Celtic Starz hung on one of the new neckwires with a strong magnetic clasp. I had set up my display and I just hung it around my neck. Within half an hour a customer pointed to it and said she wanted to buy it without even asking the price. After  selling three more in two weeks I ordered more neckwires, and started making pendants in lots of shapes and sizes. The large diamond above is one of a kind in patinated copper; its price is $25.

These five pendants are one of a kind and made of bright aluminum. Each pendant, on a black neckwire, is $20.
Pendants in patinated brass, patinated copper and a combination of the two metals are $20 each, hung on a neckwire.
Thomas supervises the printing of every mailing label. He says to remind you that we take PayPal cash and PayPal credit cards. He says you can order from him at this email address: because I won't let him have his own email address. Thomas was born on the full moon, so you can just imagine.

Friday, November 5, 2010

More Bracelets

Thomas is exhausted from helping me scan the rest of my bracelets. He's dreaming of how he can assist in photographing earrings and necklaces. I'm thinking, "Close the door with him on the other side."

 This jewelry has been sold.

From the top down: 10 mm smokey quartz - $40, Picasso stone - $35, 10 mm picture jasper - $35:  all on patinated copper wire with handmade clasps; carnelian (probably heat treated and possibly dyed, although it is colorfast in water and in alcohol) on sterling silver wire with a handmade clasp - $50. The bracelet on the bottom is European 4 in 1 made in stainless steel rings with a stainless steel slide clasp - $40.

This last bracelet is made of sterling silver rings with a solid sterling silver toggle clasp. It is sized to fit a dainty wrist, 6 1/8" - 6 1/4." The price of this bracelet is $120.

Now I'm off to put together  chrome shelves to hold my printer, scanner, tv and printer paper.