Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Golden Chevron

Here is a design I have been working on and I call "Golden Chevron".

A Swarovski Golden shadow chessboard flatback bezelled in a cubic right angle weave and peyote, then embellished with cyclamen opal Swarovski bicones and Chinarovski crystal rhondelles. A golden shadow drop hangs from the bezel.

The rope is also an embellished craw.

I wanted the clasp to work well with the necklace and came up with this design. 
I have since had women tell me that any woman with long hair would get tangled up in the toggle so their hair would need to be swept up. 

Now hair up would make it easier for the people behind the wearer to see the clasp - don't you think? 

I have been making a lot of neon bright colours lately and at the same time I have been itching to make something a bit "more".

So this piece is my "more" fix and believe me I am very inspired with what I have done and already a new piece is being worked out in my mind.

Stay tuned.


  1. I really like those double clasps.

    Love the chevron front.

    Can't wait to see what is next.

  2. Sehr gradlinige, aber wunderschöne Arbeit!

  3. It's very special, nice work!

  4. That clasp demands to be seen! Not every piece of jewelry is for every woman and every occasion.

  5. I really like the double-clasp engineering, though I agree that it would get tangled up in hair. Love the colors too!