Showing posts with label 925 sterling silver. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 925 sterling silver. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Sale Beautiful Red Earrings Gift for Her

You can't miss out on these fantastic, red shell earrings; they're gorgeous, fashionable and fun! Best of all, they're made of quality material: .925 sterling. Everything is handmade by me except for the red shells themselves. I make out of sterling silver wire, my own ear wires, the chain links and the rings to put it all together. I usually sell these for $45, but I'm offering this great deal for a limited time, for only $38. Buy them for yourself or buy them as a gift, we will conveniently ship them directly to the recipient if you wish. Hurry! I only have one pair of these left. Don't miss out!!

Click here to order these now.

Monday, December 5, 2011

New Tribal Earrings African Hoops in Sterling Silver

These new tribal, sterling silver, African hoops are my latest creation.  I made a few pairs in various sizes.  I find them awesome!! I thinned out the part that fits through your ear hole, so that it can pass and fit comfortably.  I also added texture to them, which you can't really see in the photo, but it almost looks a lot like cut diamond.  It adds to the fun African, ethnic look.  Click here for more information on these ethnic, tribal, African beauties.

Make sure to check out the huge Clearance Sale that I'm having.  Go to the Clearance Sale section of my store here.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Handmade Unique Sterling Silver Spoon Pendant Necklace

Not too long ago, I made this unique silver pendant from an antique, 925 sterling silver spoon that I purchased from a local antique store.  I wanted to give it a complete transformation so it wouldn't look at all like the spoon I first bought.  I decided to add texture to it by hammering it with different tools and then folding it and antiquing so that it has that black finish on it (it's not paint, by the way).  Then I wanted to push it a bit further and decided to introduce some of my handmade chain pieces with gorgeous Rainbow Moonstone dangles.

I think it all came together quite well.  It sure is different from anything I've every made and therefore I can say:  mission accomplished!  I hope you enjoy my new spoon and fork jewellery creations.

Monday, February 14, 2011

New Items in My Etsy Store

I've been working really hard to bring up the inventory in my Etsy Baysidewiredesigns and Artfire Baysidewiredesigns2 Stores.  It takes much time to set everything up for the picture part and then I need to process the pictures somewhat (zoom in, crop, lighten up, sharpen and re-size);   Then I need to prepare my little packages, price them and write up the descriptions, calculate the shipping and store them till they're adopted and find a home that will love and cherish them forever.  This is tedious work indeed, but I'm not complaining, it's all worth it in the end.  The store looks great when it's filled with beautiful products that are made with tender love and care.  It is even more rewarding when people love the creations I make and want to be part of who I am by purchasing them.

I've added a couple of really nice sea glass pendants (they are reversible, 2 in 1 pendants).  Here are a couple of pictures of the first one I made; click on the picture to see the second one (it's worth it because it's a piece of light rose depression glass - probably the knob part of a small dish cover or decanter).

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Finished the Replica of Sheryl Crow's Earrings

I finally finished "THE" earrings!  This was the first time I had actually done silver metal work.  I had already done a bit of copper metal work, but it's a bit different when your metal is sooo much more expensive!! 

As I mentioned in a previous post about this project, cutting metal with the small jeweler's saw is quite the job.  It's especially difficult to get the curves just right.  I've learned one very important lesson:  Always cut outside the template line; then use a grinder or other similar type tool to do the more precise bit of work such as getting the metal even at the template line.  This method gives you some wiggle room for little mistakes. 

The overall design for these earrings was fairly easy to do.  The most difficult part for me was the center cutouts, but in the end I think they turned out quite well.  I'm happy with the finished product and my client seemed very pleased.  Since they're a gift for my client's daughter in law, I cannot wait to see her reaction.

These earrings are made of .925 sterling silver sheet, cutout, hammered and drilled.

If you wish to have a pair of these earrings made, please contact me for a quote.

My version of Earrings worn by
Sheryl Crow-

Earrings worn by Sheryl Crow on cover of