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Jewelry Set: Lampwork Glass Pansy Bead; Plum Freshwater Pearls; Vintage Lavender Glass; Lucite Leaves; Light Green Czech Firepolish Glass

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Lampwork Glass Lavender Pansy Bead, Deep Plum Freshwater Potato Pearls, Vintage Lavender Glass 2 Hole Rectangles, Light Green Lucite Leaves, Pale Green Czech Firepolish Round Beads, Size 15 Lavender Plum Green Seed Beads, Green Coated Copper Craft Wire, Sterling Silver Jump Rings, Sterling Silver Magnetic Clasp, Sterling Silver Ear Wires, Clear Rubber Earring Clutches, Wildfire Green Beading Thread, GS Hypo Cement Jewelry Glue
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Jewelry Set: Lampwork Glass Pansy Bead; Deep Plum-Colored Freshwater Pearls; Vintage Lavender Faceted Glass Two-Hole Rectangles; Green Lucite Leaves; Light Green Czech Firepolish Glass Rounds; French-Beaded Flower-Technique Pansy Earrings

Condition: both vintage and new components are in excellent shape

Measurements: the necklace is approximately 22 1/4" long (56.52 cm); the glass Pansy is about 1 5/8" in diameter (4.13 cm); the Pansy earrings are 1 3/4" long by 1 3/4" wide (4.45 x 4.45 cm)

The obvious inspiration for this necklace and earring set is the exquisite and delicate lavender Pansy, a lampwork glass piece made by Susan Matych-Hager, who is an incredible local artist here in Southeastern Michigan. I wanted to show off the Pansy in a necklace not as the expected pendant but as a side ornament that just happens to conceal the magnetic clasp (see photo 5). I chose lustrous plum-colored freshwater pearls to pick up the deep plum hue in the center of the Pansy. I made two strands of the pearls, thanks to a few vintage rectangle beads with two holes that are faceted glass in a pretty, light lavender. Small, pale green Czech firepolish glass beads add a subtle accent and coordinate with the light green Lucite leaves anchored behind the Pansy.

I debated about letting the necklace stand alone, without earrings, but I wanted to try making matching little Pansies with the French-Beaded flower technique I learned years ago. I experimented with some tiny seed beads and wire and soon came up with the Pansies and leaves that I wanted. I think they're so sweet and, as I'd hoped, they match the glass Pansy very well. This jewelry set was a joy to create, so may it also bring a happy smile to the one who wears it!
Jewelry Set: Lampwork Glass Pansy Bead; Deep Plum-Colored Freshwater Pearls; Vintage Lavender Faceted Glass Two-Hole Rectangles; Green Lucite Leaves; Light Green Czech Firepolish Glass Rounds; French-Beaded Flower-Technique Pansy Earrings

Condition: both vintage and new components are in excellent shape

Measurements: the necklace is approximately 22 1/4" long (56.52 cm); the glass Pansy is about 1 5/8" in diameter (4.13 cm); the Pansy earrings are 1 3/4" long by 1 3/4" wide (4.45 x 4.45 cm)

The obvious inspiration for this necklace and earring set is the exquisite and delicate lavender Pansy, a lampwork glass piece made by Susan Matych-Hager, who is an incredible local artist here in Southeastern Michigan. I wanted to show off the Pansy in a necklace not as the expected pendant but as a side ornament that just happens to conceal the magnetic clasp (see photo 5). I chose lustrous plum-colored freshwater pearls to pick up the deep plum hue in the center of the Pansy. I made two strands of the pearls, thanks to a few vintage rectangle beads with two holes that are faceted glass in a pretty, light lavender. Small, pale green Czech firepolish glass beads add a subtle accent and coordinate with the light green Lucite leaves anchored behind the Pansy.

I debated about letting the necklace stand alone, without earrings, but I wanted to try making matching little Pansies with the French-Beaded flower technique I learned years ago. I experimented with some tiny seed beads and wire and soon came up with the Pansies and leaves that I wanted. I think they're so sweet and, as I'd hoped, they match the glass Pansy very well. This jewelry set was a joy to create, so may it also bring a happy smile to the one who wears it!

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If components of my jewelry have broken due to a flaw in the components or in my construction, I will be happy to make repairs at no charge to you (including return shipping), assuming that I still have the same components available. If they are not available, I will contact you to discuss options for the repair.
For all other reasons for repair, I still will be happy to do whatever I can, usually for a small fee, and assuming that I have the materials required. Buyer is responsible for cost of repair, shipping, and insurance charges.
As for temari, minor thread replacement may be possible depending upon design, location, and availability of thread. Buyer is responsible for cost of repair, shipping, and insurance charges.

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