Spring jewelry

tear set made for modify 

Welcome.  Anyone following my work knows that I love making tears.  This is a set that was made for modify.  A piercing shop in Adelaide Australia.  Whats included here in order of size: 13mm redwood burl, 16 mm redheart, 19 mm maple burl, 22 mm tiger ebony, 25 mm desert ironwood, 28 mm cherry burl, 28 mm ebony and pink ivory (from previous post), 30 mm redheart with heart cutout. I love to do wholesale work as well as the customs.  Anyone interested, shoot me a message. So I do have a couple new things up for sale. First is this tasty set of desert ironwood burl double concaves.  Size is about 57.5  mm with about 14 mm wearable.  I do have a few other pieces of this wood for other sizes as well.  Email me if you are interested.

 

 

57.5 mm desert ironwood burl

Here is a massive blingy set of earrings I just finished up.  Each earring has 38 stones flush set, alternating black, white, and champagne.  The rings are made of zebrawood and are about 2-3/4 in diameter.  I made the closure with gold-filled wire that turns and has a catch in the wood.  No glue was used at all on these.  These are available, email me for pricing.

massive zebrawood hoops

I love the czs!!!  I may be willing to negotiate on price with these.  I just want someone to wear them. Here is one of my trademark designs.  The massive wood CBR.  I recently made these  for a custom order.  They are zebrawood with a snap in kingwood bead (they snap in the channel and stay in!).  The diameter on these is about 3-3/4 inch and about 15 mm wearable.  These are some big effing hoops.  Very bold.  I can make these on request, although woods can be limited in large sizes like these.  Ask me about pricing and options in building a set.

massive cbrs 

Zebra and kingwood massive snap in CBRs.  One more for tonight...

cocobolo rectangles

Cocobolo rectangles with 14 gauge bronze wire inlay.  In the corner of each is a silver tube set champagne cz and they are hung from sterling hooks.  These are available locally at Art to Zen tattoo. Check them out here: http://www.myspace.com/arttozentattoo That's it for now.  Once school is out for me I will be updating the blog more often.  I hope to inspire some new ideas by posting my work.  Any questions, comments, ideas or anything else are welcomed.  I base my work heavily on the custom mindset and always like to hear from you.


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