It’s such an interesting genre of jewelry design and genre period! It’s a fusion of the old world in a futuristic setting filled with machinery that’s been broken down and reassembled. In my attempt to tap into the corners of my mind and play with steam punk, I pulled the following pieces out of my head and on to my workshop table!
a steam-punk necklace that I’ve called “Apocalypse” It features gear parts, clock parts, Elizabethan coins, crosses and a clock face as its center of focus. All of course in antiqued metal colors with a splash of color from some thunder polish beads.
Another Steam-punk-esque necklace that features a heart-shaped clock face, some cage beads, foil glass beads and gears. This piece was featured in a previous post
* and is finally completed.
A more simple yet elegant steam-punk necklace that’s all about the gears, I really like this piece. And it features a couple swarovski crystals to give it a bit of shine.
And of course, earrings!!!
Now, I don’t know if these would be considered “Steam-punk” but these earrings I really like. Long hanging copper birds with a touch of color at the top
and a solitary black bird is the focal piece of this short lariat-inspired necklace. I believe I named it
Next we move on to my semi-precious earrings…
and a semiprecious bracelet that I made with men in mind.
Though I’m not sure if guys would like it =\
And last, but not least….
More Mixed Mediums!!
Here’s the Blue/Black/Silver combination I had to tweak, in addition to…a sneak peak at
Two new FABULOUS color combinations!!
On the left we’ve got a combo of Pink/Red/Purple/Blue & Gold
and on the right Blue/Pink/Lime/Green & Silver.
Once again, I’m doing my best to photograph, price and post to the website that you can find at the top right this webpage or here