Here's an over-the-top chunky chunk for the patroness.
What small beads I had I used in this piece.
I did some resining, here with a galaxy.
'Member thus old piece? I jazzed her up for the patron.
Using the rest of the small beads and some of my own smalls, then filled the cavity with resin and a tiny bit of glitter just to try it out. Subtle, but improved.
Here's these with the wrapped circles we were discussing. Shortened the ruby drops. I like them!
These, again with resin. Pyrite crumbs and rainbow titanium chunks. I got all these gold bezels from here, along with a lot of my ring bases and some bead cap cones. It's that matte gold stuff from Turkey/Israel but for the lowest price I could find.
An especially special mounted ring. Special because it's bigger, on really cool embossed tin and with prongs.
OK, I'm super in love with these earrings.
The elements came together perfectly. Unfortunately the pictures look like poop. Doesn't really convey all the wonderful finishes and glowy goodness going on. What I like is the balance between the gold and oxidized.
And there's a little locket for a globule of solid perfume! OMG, I love them so much.