Sterling silver and vintage copper wire. Techniques include coils weaving bobbin lace and self taught methods. No molds, glue, or solder. Each piece is one of a kind and handmade.
Sterling silver hand forged fused wrapped patina & brushed. Featuring AAA grade fine faceted gems antique & ancient artifacts including coin bone stone. Some natural fiber: silk, leather & cotton.
I use a multi-step process combining stones, pearls, metal, glass, and crystals which are strung on wire/silk and then crimped/knotted. Metalsmith/lampwork techniques used to create some components.
Each piece of my antique costume jewelry contains a vintage Victorian antique button, dating from 1880 – 1910, which was selected based on its artistic beauty, authentic materials, and age. Every antique button has a history and story to it. Many of the buttons are pictures from opera scenes, fairy tales, and mythology or city …
Asymmetrically balanced designs made of precious metals and semiprecious stones. Each piece is completely hand-linked using hand-forged/soldered metal components, wire, chain and stones. http://www.creativelystoned.etsy.com
I make chainmaille jewelry from handmade Argentium Silver & yellow and rose gold fill jump rings using pliers. I fuse Argentium Silver into cabochon settings as well as simple pendants and earrings. http://www.MostlyMaille.com
Sterling silver, created using traditional silversmith techniques including forging, fret sawing, silver soldering, bezel work, and chainmaille.
Our jewelry is 100% hand fabricated by us using sterling silver sheet and wire – we accent our work with gemstones, gold and enamel. Every piece of our jewelry is designed, created and finished by us.
Do you struggle to find jewelry that expresses your inner personality without overdoing it in the workplace? Do you enjoy fashion and trends, but are uncomfortable wearing something too over the top? Do you like looking put together and interesting, but hate the time it takes to achieve that perfected look? Vannucci jewelry has solved …
I don’t consider myself to be a jeweler in the usual sense; I don’t work with gems and settings. I choose materials & objects with a past, relics that others have discarded and create wearable art.