5.13.2009

Radha

Radha, Beth Hemmila: grey pearls, fine and sterling silver

These little peacock charms were languishing in my supply stock for months before I finally realized that they were waiting to be made into shimmering dangles. Do you ever notice that when something isn't moving it means you are suppose to connect with it? It waits patiently...no matter how stubbornly I refuse its presence.

10 comments:

  1. Very pretty Beth! Love the color of the pearls with your pieces.

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  2. Beth, I love the little peacocks, one of my favorites. The earrings are beautiful with the blue/gray pearls. Debbie

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  3. so glad you all adore the pearls...I had a difficult making a choice on color :) Thanks for the thumbs up!

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  4. Interesting take on those things that linger. I just resurrected some pieces that had been annoyingly sitting in my bead boxes for years, forced myself to deal with them, and made pieces that I was really happy with (and luckily, a shop owner was, too). Funny how that happens.
    I love what you did with the peacock charms - you've made really stunning pieces.

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  5. Your peacocks are exquisite, and the pearls add a classic touch, blending the ancient with the modern. Beautiful!

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  6. What Little beauties!!!! Glad you got them out and moving!!! Julie

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  7. They just needed to wait for the right inspiration to come along & sweep them out of the bead box to make the perfect jewelry & they turned out great! Well worth the wait :) I love how the feathers start at the base and sweep around the side to almost touch the head feathers. Such cool peacock charms Beth!

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  8. Thanks for the complements on the peacock design!

    Good to see other people "resurrect" work, Sue :)

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  9. These are beautiful! Am glad you reconnected.

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