People ask me why I still make fused glass jewellery when nowadays I create much larger and more complex works. But I love making jewellery, trying to produce unique pieces that costumers can treasure. And some of these pieces are just as complicated to make as any large commission, just in very small form. These are some of my favourite examples of glass jewellery pendants I have made over the years.
I carefully select colour combinations and tend to work with irid and dichroic glass, to give the pieces an extra shine. I take time to cut and polish the pieces to a high standard, therefore, most of my pieces have been fired in the kiln at least twice. Some pieces, such as the pink pendant below, require four firings or more. Recently, I have started working with fine silver, so I can make the silver bails for my pendants and deliver pieces that are entirely hand-made by me.
If you want to see all my recent pieces, please look at the shop for jewellery. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy making them.