Southwest Lampwork Statement Necklace is truly a statement piece of jewelry! MEET ME IN SEDONA handmade necklace is positively eye catching with its vibrant Desert Southwest colors. The one of a kind necklace features unique Artisan made wedge shaped lampwork glass beads. The wedges are mainly radiant red with waves of turquoise blue, each with a spot of brown murrini for extra interest. Highlighting the lampwork are glowing golden tigers eye gemstone rounds and sterling silver. Created for the woman who loves to be the center of attention.
Southwest Lampwork Statement Necklace
- Middle three lampwork glass wedges: app. 23 mm x 26 mm (at widest) x 8 mm
- Outer two lampwork glass wedges: app. 20 mm (at the longest, top to bottom) x 26 mm (at widest) x 8 mm
- Golden tigers eye gemstone rounds: app. 8 mm
- Metal: sterling silver
- Clasp: sterling silver toggle clasp set
- Length: app. 18.5” / 46.9 cm
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Catherine Waterhouse – Owner/Designer
Experiencing a life long love affair with Nature (am a self-professed “nature geek”), I am able to satisfy a strong desire to create by designing one-of-a-kind jewelry mainly using semi-precious stones and sterling or fine silver. But polymer clay, Czech glass, Swarovski crystals, copper and lampwork beads also play a huge part in the design process. My Muse is Nature, and to be inspired, I just have to look out over the amazing desert landscape where my husband, my Shadow Dog, Seamus, and I are privileged to live. My work has been sold through galleries in Virginia, Texas and South Carolina, through art shows, home shows, Facebook, Pinterest, Wanelo, Flickr and ArtFire . . . and now Indiemade. I LOVE my “job!”
I am an ardent supporter of adopting dogs from shelters. To help the many sweeties waiting for their forever homes, I have started a line of “dog rescue” jewelry. For each piece sold, 1/2 of the purchase price is donated to the local Humane Society. I am thrilled and humbled that the earrings are brisk sellers both on line and at the arts festivals I attend.
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