Being the creature of habit that I am, even though I am making tons of jewelry for the festival, I don't have it in me to make several hundred pieces of the exact same item. So - while I am making several hundred pieces of things like domino pendants featuring San Gennaro, for the most part, the necklaces, charm bracelets, etc. that I am making are all one-of-a-kind in design. Along that note, I want to show you some variations of necklaces I have made for the festival. The basic design element is the same between this particular style of necklace, however, I utilized different images, beads and chain to complete the finished product. So, without further ado - here are some of the bronze cameo necklaces I will be selling at the Festival:
|Virgin Mary - made with new and vintage moonstone-style beads.|
|St. Mary Magdalen - made with Czech glass crystals.|
|St. Kateri Tekakwitha - Made with Swarovksi crystals.|
|St. Therese of Lisieux - made with hand-colored metal rose beads and crystals.|
|Virgin Mary - made with green jadeite milk-glass style crystals.|
|Virgin Mary - made with bronze metallic and champagne colored crystals.|
These are just a few of the necklace variations made for the event. All have adjustable necklace chains.
If time permits before I leave for NYC in a few days, I will post a tutorial or two on coloring and enameling metal jewelry pieces.