A special order…

…for a special client in Greece.

All these products are a special order and cannot be recreated. Anyway they show what else I can create in the style of the collections that have been sold. You can use s

ome of the pieces here as an inspiration for your own special request. What is also unusual is that the jewelry is a lot bigger than the normal pieces I create. The medallions are 4-4,5 cm diameter and the rings and earrings are 3 cm diameter. They all looked excellent.

The jewelry is handmade, created from polymer clay using the millefiori tehnique and they are not painted. The canes used are my own. The finishing is done by sanding, buffing, then adding water based polish so that the shine will last longer. If you are interested in more details related to the process of making them visit my blog.

The accessories are from silver metal and the included ribbon has a metal clasp.

Violet steps

Lately everywhere I turn I seem to step into violet so…here are three new steps I took

The pieces above are unique and cannot be reproduced, but luckily they are still available

All the products are c

reated from polymer clay using the Millefiori Tehnique borrowed from Murano glass workers. They are not painted and if you are interested in more details related to the process of making them visit my blog.

The brooches are about 4.5 cm in diameter and can be transformed into a medallion upon request.

Available for sale on my DaWanda and Breslo shops. If you are interested you can also send me an email and I will tell you the details.

The day I had no more colors

Today it seem I have no more colors. I can blame the cold I got or the spring that refuses to come….anyway I can say fore sure that every once in a while this thing happens in our family. buy viagra cheap online

://www.mirceateodorescu.com/?p=135″>Here you can see what happened the last time one of us had no more colors.

So this is what came out of my colorless day.

The medallions are handmade, created from polymer clay using the millefiori tehnique and they are not painted. The canes used are my own. The finishing is done by sanding, buffing, then adding water based polish so that the shine will last longer. If you are interested in more details related to the process of making them visit my blog.

They are no longer available but if you like them I can try to do something similar, not identical:).