I've been restocking earrings that have either sold or went to galleries to be sold. These earrings (above) are a collection of stud earrings that I carry right now on a regular basis. You can find them for sale on my website here. They are available for retail and wholesale. Please contact me for wholesale information and pricing, at info@DevineDesignsJewelry.com.
These are a new design. Somewhat like my square stud earrings, but with a long squiggle of sterling silver that have ceramic beads that dangle from the bottom of the squiggles. Makes a nice accent and added color to the earring.
These earrings I was asked to remake. I had made the 3 disc earring and sent them to a gallery, but had a request to make the longer 5 disc earrings. I have done these before. I just altered the design a bit. Free- floating, so light weight, you would not believe. They are available now for purchase. Please contact if you wish to purchase and I will send you all the information. These are also available to my wholesale accounts and shops. Please email: info@DevineDesignsJewelry.com.
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I'm happy to announce that I will be taking part in this year's Tarpon Springs Fine Art Festival/Art on the Bayou. This is a large show in Craig Park, Tarpon Springs with over 200 artists and with lots of food and entertainment. Please come out and join me while I debut my new jewelry, featuring the techniques of fusing and granulation work.
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See ya soon!
Today's a quick studio tour so you can see where the creative process begins and flows.
Here is where I start my creative process. I draw out designs, cut metal, do wire work, make ear wires, etc. As you can see, this is also where I do my business work, and computer work. All my notes, lists, schedules are pinned up to cork boards on the desk wall. A closer look at the desk top. I keep some hammers in a mug and some jewelry related books here too.
The other side of the desk has lots of tools, supply drawers where I keep everything I need to create jewelry from beads to findings to bezel cups and more. Plus a sleeping cat!
This next little work bench area serves as a hammering and shaping station. My vise lives here along with various metal mandrels and bending tools, plus the bottom serves as an overflow for beads, and other tools. This is my soldering station. From here I usually move to the scrubbing area to clean the metals; yes it's a bathroom sink! Then, usually most …