A whimsical dose of Spring from WildWomanJewelery

  1. “The Mermaid who loved shoes” Bracelet:  The Mermaid Who Loves Shoes tells the story of my interest in the mystique of mermaids and my passion for shoes. The variety of beads and mixture of blues, browns, turquoise, pinks and shimmery waves of color on the shells capture my vision of a beautiful mermaid’s tail. Seed pearls add to the ‘bottom of the ocean’ mood. Sterling silver charms of a mermaid, a pump, slingback and sand dollars with which to make her purchases complete the tale. Can you hear this mermaid singing?
  2. “Just a Little Bit Retro” Pink Lucite Earrings:  Soft angelskin pink vintage lucite hoops (approx. 25mm) frame tangerine rounds (6mm) to create this fun, retro design.
  3. “Believe” Bracelet, inspired by Alice in Wonderland:  Luminescent moonglow rose pink and matte light orange vintage lucite, hot pink and fushia acrylic, opaque and translucent glass and lucite lime greens and a touch of yellow create a ‘Mad Hatter’s’ tea party in bold bubbles of color in this design. Gorgeous lime lampwork beads topped with fuchsia glass icing are cupcakes ready to be served. Sterling silver charms – a heart that reads Queen, a tea service, a top hat, a rabbit, a spiral and a charm that reads ‘Believe’ create the message.
  4. “Night Fever” Earrings:  ok…I know…the late 70′s…disco, Saturday Night Fever, big hair, the Beegees…although I tend to be drawn to designs, music and the culture of the 50′s and 60′s, I was actually part of the disco generation (blushing). Like a disco ball in the center of the dance floor, these faceted light reflecting hoops and beads were just irresistible to me!

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