Tag Archives: Jewelry

Floret

This Julia type fractal reminded me of broccoli and Lalique.  A floret is one of the small flowers that make up a compound flower, which is what broccoli is. Thus, a new ornamental comb in the Art Nouveau mode! The … Continue reading

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Vikings!

Genre’s February Viking round is on and continuing through March 11. This is the first month of a slightly revised format for Genre. See the Genre blog for more information. One change is that the venue is going to be … Continue reading

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Spring Leaf

Yet awhile ago I made a set of mesh jewelry with these enamel filled gold leaf elements, intending to create seasonal variations. But first there was an event with a  summer theme, and, time being at a premium then, only … Continue reading

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Heart 2 Heart

Spyralle’s first month in the SWANK event coincides with Valentine’s Day, the most romantic day of the year. For the theme “Truly, Madly, Deeply” we created this series of jewelry pieces. Each one is a pair of hearts connected by … Continue reading

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Kultivate Spring Fashion Event

Spyralle is honored to be among the designers participating in the Kultivate Magazine Spring Fashion Event. Kultivate puts on great events several times a year, and the organizers are active supporters of diabetes research, a cause I care about very … Continue reading

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Horizon

Created for an event late in 2016, Horizon is a new series of Spyralle Jewelry featuring bold graphic elements and fine handcrafted details, all original. The necklace is designed to complement a dramatic low neckline in back and upswept coiffure, … Continue reading

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The Days Grow Longer

This is a belated meditation on the Winter Solstice, the longest night. Years ago, a good friend with whom I studied astronomy and other magicks told me a tale of her father. He loved the summer, she said, but he … Continue reading

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