So I have come across an amazing line of wired wrapped Jewelry which has just blown my mind. Run by a petite model, this line is simply breath taking.
Here's some info on the products:
Heiress Jewels, one of a kind pieces of wearable art. Personified poetic expressions of passion, love, happiness, and pain displayed through the art of beading and wire coiling. Sophistication and class is embedded in every stone and bead as a reflection of the heiress in all of us. These feminine pieces display strength and exemplify splendor when worn, the neckline adorned will beget intrigue and command attention inevitably showcasing the dazzling heiress behind the jewel.
Heiress Jewels is a visualization of poetry as jewelry. It is a fusion of poetry and craft, tired of the mundane beadwork, bangles, necklaces, and earrings artist Cynthia set out to create a line of jewelry that was truly individual. No two pieces will ever be duplicated; these handcrafted custom made pieces are of the highest quality of materials and time. Cynthia sets out to find natural stones, Peruvian glass, copper and silver wire that will meet the standards of class and integrity. Heiress jewels sets out to inspire women, to provide and display feminine strength through the accessory of handcrafted jewelry.?
Peruvian handcrafted necklaces, earrings, and bracelets are a piece of artisan jewelry whose origin echoes a people and time embedded in history. Peruvian jewelry rich in history, beautiful in design and with a fascinating story to tell, each handcrafted piece is connected to an artisan, a tradition and a place in time.
Wire coiling is one of the oldest techniques for making jewelry by hand. In wire coiling, jewelry is made using jewelry wire. Wire components are then connected to one another using mechanical techniques with no soldering or heating of the wire. In this approach, a wire is bent into a loop or other decorative shape and then the wire is wrapped around itself to finish the wire component making that loop or decorative shape permanent.
Beads have played an important role in every major civilization and have often served a spiritual purpose. They have been used throughout the ages and in virtually every culture, not simply as adornments but to express social circumstances, political occurrences, and religious beliefs; as a form of currency; or as symbolic embodiments of curative powers.
A few of the products are located above the the blog, if you are interested in purchasing simply press the paypal button and specify the earring or ring code that will be located under each photograph.