Handmade jewelry V

In the last weeks I was busy to create some new jewelry. Some of the parts were in a box for years and I had no idea what to do with it, but suddenly it was really bursting out of me. Creating jewelry is like meditation for me. I forget everything around me: problems, hunger, thirst, weariness, sadness, etc. All this jewelry was made out of Sterling silver and various semi-precious stones or foam coral, mother of pearl etc.

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20 thoughts on “Handmade jewelry V

  1. I have read the same thing you express from other people. That is that making jewelry is a very satisfying thing to do. I seldom wear any jewelry, but much admire the things that you create. Very big talent! ;->

    Virtual hugs,

    Judie

  2. Stunning, stunning work! You must have had a rush of creativity! I love the way you introduce delicate pearls into your work…and crystals (the clear stones). I LOVE the earrings on the top row, because they drop like little flowers. I also love the earrings on the next row down-the ones with blue stones…is that Lapiz?
    I too appreciate the fact that when I create all the problems I have all retreat for a while and there is the bonus of having made something which makes me feel good too.
    Karen.

    • thank you, Karen for your nice comment. The blue stones are lapis. I did some surf and turf this time, combined lava with pearls and corals. Good to know that you feel the same about creating something. Not many people can see the results of the time they spent somehow, but an artist can. Have a nice day, regards Mitza

  3. Mitza, These pieces are just gorgeous! You have such a talent and you are a true artist as shown by the meditative way you work and the meditative beauty that unfolds in your designs. Truly these pieces are far more beautiful than what I sold many years ago… at a famous store which you may have heard of… Saks Fifth Avenue. It still exists. You could definitely sell your work at very high prices if you so chose. You are connected to the Source. Got your lovely email which cheered me. I will write soon. So much to say. 😊 Ellen

    • Thanks, Ellen. Your comment is always highly appreciated. I unfortunately don’t know Saks. If I could I would come to New York and sell my jewelry there. I have a fleamarket on Sunday as a seller this time and many things to prepare. I’m happy I cheered you. Warmest regards Mitza

    • Thanks a lot for your comment. Even though hand-made jewellery is a lot of work, I usually don’t get so many likes than with other topics. But I’m happy you liked it and it is one of my favorite hobbies. Have a nice Sunday, regards Mitza

  4. Hi Mitza, thanks for always liking my paintings first of all! I absolutely adore your photography, you are so talented and have such a good eye for lucious colour and great composition. Do you sell your jewellery? And if so, where – do you have an online shop? I love your jewellery, it’s amazing. Many virtual hugs from a blustery and wet Norfolk (UK)

    • Hi Luke, it was a pleasure visiting your blog and liking your paintings. Thanks for your kind words about my talents. Up to now I don’t sell my jewellery by an online shop. I was thinking if I should open an etsy-account some time. But if you tell me, what piece is of interest to you, maybe we find a solution. Here it’s warm (11 degrees C) and partly sunny. Have a nice day, regards Mitza

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