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A symphony of Petals Necklace

A dreamy combination of reds and yellows with just enough glitz and glamor. This glass lampwork flower focal was handmade by me in the flame. Rich vibrant shades of red and glowing yellow make this flower pop.. along with a touch of my favorite shimmering dichroic glass. This necklace is intended to be worn as more of a choker style so the flower sits up high and can be seen well. The necklace is handmade by me of solid sterling silver and beautiful gemstones to compliment the flower. Alternating along the handmade necklace strand are beautiful deep rich cranberry red faceted chalcedony briolettes and faceted sparkling rutilated qartz nuggets. The rutilated quartz nuggets have been wrapped from top to bottom in two strands of sterling silver wire for an added touch of detail. Shimmering pale yellow oro verde quartz onion briolettes have been added along the bottom portion of the necklace for added color and movement. This necklace is adjustable between 16-19 inches in length. There is a 3.5 inch piece of sterling chain to finish this necklace along with a simple small sterling lobster clasp. Truly a unique and feminine piece rich in color and elegance.
Added by Jewels By L Designs on 12/31/2008 3:59:43 PM
A symphony of Petals Necklace

The Tulip Garden Pendant

This piece of glass is so incredibly beautiful. It is a true work of art. My husband created this free form pendant in the flame. All glass is borosilicate and it is apparent by the rich purples, reds and blues which you can only get from the boro glass. The bail is also borosilicate glass; no glue was used to create this piece. This pendant has a pretty scalloped edge to give the piece a very delicate and feminine look. Swirls of colors and frits give this piece so much depth and beauty. The glass is not completey smooth for added texture and dimension. In the sunlight this piece appears to glow from within. The pendant itself measures about 1.75 inches in diameter. Pendant hangs from a delicate charcoal ribbon cord and solid sterling silver lobster clasp. This pretty ribbon cord is adjustable from 16-18 inches. Pictures don't do this piece justice.
Added by Jewels By L Designs on 12/31/2008 3:54:43 PM
The Tulip Garden Pendant

Poetry to My Ears

These earrings are pure luxury. Chandelier style earrings dripping in semi-precious stones. The glass lampwork beads are handmade by me in the flame. Swirls of ivory and white suspended with sparkling dichroic glass and silver foil under a layer of shiny clear glass. Each glass bead has been wrapped from top to bottom in very fine gauge solid sterling silver wire. At the top and bottom are faceted moonstone rondelles wrapped to create an extra finishing touch. Cascading below each glass bead are faceted scapolite briolettes; two on either side of the center strand, along with more faceted moonstone rondelles. Clustered along the center strand is a very rich and full cluster of those sparkling moonstone rondelles. Continuing down along the middle strand is a pretty silver braided circle finished off by a beautiful smooth golden rutilated quartz heart briolette and another cluster of moonstone rondelles. Earrings hang from solid sterling silver lever back earrings. All wire used to create these is solid sterling silver and has been oxidized for a more rich and feminine look. Earrings hang about 1.8 inches from the base of the fancy ring lever back ear wire. From Red Carpet to wedding to formal occassion or simply WOW factor, these earrings will handle all of those occassions.
Added by Jewels By L Designs on 12/31/2008 3:49:05 PM
Poetry to My Ears

The Peek a boo Blue Heart Necklace

I am in love with this heart. This glass lampwork heart was handmade by me in the flame. Swirls of deep blue goldstone, shimmering pixy dust and sparkling dicrhroic glass all covered in a transparent cornflower blue. This heart has so much depth... like peering into a galaxy. The heart has been wrapped in solid sterling silver wire with a unique twist of loops at the bottom clustered with smooth cornflower blue chalcedony heart briolettes and faceted aquamarine briolettes. Wrapped around the top of the heart are small faceted tanzanite rondelles and faceted aquamarine briolettes. Heart hangs from a fine solid sterling silver 21 inch chain and heart plus briolette drop hangs about 2 inches from the center. So soft and feminine and ultra unique!
Added by Jewels By L Designs on 12/31/2008 3:46:01 PM
The Peek a boo Blue Heart Necklace

Princess for a Day

If you are looking for a truly unique piece, this is it! The focal glass lampwork bead was handmade by my husband in the flame. A large beautiful borosilicate glass lampwork bead filled with shades of transparent glowing oranges, lavenders and pinks and tons of opalescence from the boro glass. The glass bead (as with all of our glass beads) was properly annealed in a kiln for added strength and durability. This lovely focal has been wrapped from top to bottom in a layer of tiny freshwater pearls and tiny sparkling pink aquamarine morganite rondelles. At the top and bottom are faceted lilac amethyst rondelles wrapped in sterling silver. Cascading below the focal bead is a rich cluster of faceted pink rose quartz rondelles, faceted imperial topaz rondelles and lilac amethyst rondelles. At the very bottom is a AAA faceted pink amethyst pear briolette. Focal hangs from a beautiful solid sterling silver rolo chain broken into sections with rose pink quartz rondelles and pretty braid
Added by Jewels By L Designs on 12/31/2008 3:33:16 PM
Princess for a Day

Fountain of Youth Earrings

Shimmering shades of blue... these earrings are loaded with WOW facotr. The glass lampwork beads were handmade by me in the flame. Varying shades of deep transparent blue and aqua with shimmering dichroic glass and silver foil. Each glass bead has been wrapped from top to bottom in a very fine sterling silver wire. At the top and bottom of each glass bead are faceted apatite rondelles wrapped tightly in fine sterling wire. Cascading below is a cluster of the most pretty gemstones in similare shades of deep blue and aqua to compliment the glass beads perfectly. Clustered below are faceted and smooth kyanite briolettes, faceted green amethyst twist briolettes, faceted kyanite rondelles, faceted apatite rondelles and faceted aquamarine briolettes. The earrings drop down Just over an inch from the bottom of the solid sterling silver lever back earrings. These are spectacular blue earrings in a chandelier style using only the highest of quality gems to compliment my handmade glass beads.
Added by Jewels By L Designs on 12/31/2008 3:27:27 PM
Fountain of Youth Earrings

The Road Less Traveled

A delicate piece yet something to talk about! The featured glass focal was handmade by me in the flame. Beautiful coppery dichroic sparkles on a base of cream with cocoa frit, a streak of animal print and a flower on each side of this bead. I am in love with this glass bead. The square glass focal has been wrapped from top to bottom with fine solid sterling silver wire. In addition the glass bead has been framed with a diamond shape of wire wrapping along the interior on both sides. At each side I have wrapped lovely faceted fall colored tourmaline rondelles. Clusters of these fall colored tourmalines surround the top and base as well. Dropping down at the very bottom is a stunning AAA faceted citrine twist briolette. The necklace itself consists of sections of sterling silver bright beveled oval chain attached by faceted hessonite rondelles. This necklace measures 20 inches and has a beautiful sterling silver and onyx s-clasp.
Added by Jewels By L Designs on 12/31/2008 3:22:45 PM
The Road Less Traveled

cutting

i havent posted anything on here since i first started working with glass pretty much. heres something new ive been working on, gonna do some wire wraping or find someone to do it for me implosion, powders, cut and polished
Added by Bonefish on 12/31/2008 2:51:30 PM
cutting

Pendants

The Pendants from the Blazing Thimbles Collection
Added by Michael O Malley on 12/31/2008 10:21:56 AM
Pendants
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99 billion served

this is the latest encroachment of trash into my work. it will be in my solo show at Sandra Ainsley Gallery Toronto titled "dollar menu" opening feb 7th. "99 billion served" glass, paper, ink, cardboard, velum, cellophane, money, steel, & found objects. please take the time to fill out one of my surveys pertaining to education in flamework. see forum for more indepth description. teachers got to: tinyurl.com/4m3mer students go to: tiny url.com/67m4c9 program directors go to: tinyurl.com/4slppl thank you for your time
Added by Matthew Eskuche on 12/31/2008 9:49:41 AM
99 billion served

Glow vortex

This is a vortex marble made with a new type of glow in the dark glass i've been working on. glows without blacklight. so you just charge it up in the light and let it glow.
Added by Themoch on 12/31/2008 7:09:47 AM
Glow vortex

'Strata' by Mark Leputa and Cal Breed

This is the first in what I hope are many collaborations with my mentor and friend Cal Breed. Cal is a master of the encalmo technique so we utilized that on this piece. Afterward I cut and polished it to its final shape. The piece is based off different layers of rock. This can most easily be seen at the Grand Canyon. Cal and I both rock climb and this is our homage to rock. This piece is available through Silica Galleries. red, olive brown, bronze, gold bands of color using the encalmo technique blown, cut, polished, and sandblasted glass 11" x 9" x 8.5" 2008 AL
Added by Mark Leputa on 12/31/2008 6:36:55 AM
'Strata' by Mark Leputa and Cal Breed

Fossilized Ammonite Clusters

A couple experimental pieces.These are glass stone fossilized ammonite clusters.This ia a solid piece of pyrex sculpted with a knife and torch.Then textured to look like stone.Measures 7 inches from top to bottom and side to side.Enjoy.
Added by Jonathan Paul Ben... on 12/30/2008 1:14:21 PM
Fossilized Ammonite Clusters

Ribbon Twist goblet

Added by Les on 12/30/2008 11:24:49 AM
Ribbon Twist goblet

Infant Bird goblet

a collaboration between me and my lovely and talented girlfriend, Trina Urrata. Cast and furnace blown, assembled hot.
Added by Les on 12/30/2008 11:19:01 AM
Infant Bird goblet

cup round up 08

a random assortment
Added by Les on 12/30/2008 11:01:28 AM
cup round up 08

Facial warrior Original

One of the first face mask pendants I made.
Added by Craig Lewis on 12/29/2008 4:16:28 PM
Facial warrior Original

Double Headed Dread Bead

I made this dread bead for Julie RIggs at her studio a couple days ago while here in VA Beach. She was totally stoked;)
Added by Craig Lewis on 12/29/2008 1:25:15 PM
Double Headed Dread Bead

MARBLES DEC 2008

2 Balloon Landscapes,4 Space,1 Abstract Stack,1 Honeycomb,1 Bio-cell,1 Platform,1 Dot Balloon,1 Mushroom,3 Flowers.Thanks for looking....Tod....
Added by TodMBrown on 12/29/2008 12:38:42 PM
MARBLES DEC 2008

Bowls

Added by Lozanoglassworks... on 12/29/2008 9:36:56 AM
Bowls
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