That's good to know. I don't have the money for it right now, I'm still in school, so I won't have a decent job until I'm 18 and out of this house. I'll be making a move in about 5 months, so I'll probably start making plans to order it around October, near my birthday.
the jewelry in your gallery is all beautiful. do you actaully make them or just design them? I hope to get involved in jewelry also because this is something ı dream about since my childhood. I wish you success
My aunt is the harpist for the Portland Symphony Orchestra in Maine and I've always wanted to make her a harp pendant..... when I saw this I couldn't help thinking how much she'd love it. Your work shows such broad talent.... I love the way you don't box yourself into one particular theme or technique.Your work inspires and motivates me to work harder at my own jewelry.
Mark has been trying to get me started on my lost wax casting instruction and I think I'll finally do it
Thank you, I did cast this piece. As for the broad style of work, it difficult not to be broad when you have sales people that sell any and everything you can possibly imagine. One a good note they really broaden your horizon