Esther Weiss' Profile

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All my life I have enjoyed traveling and purchasing beautiful ethnic jewelry from all over the world. Those pieces as well as the beauty of natural gemstones and other fun materials inspired me to start designing and making my own jewelry. I use natural stones, shells, wood, seeds, brass, pearls, copper, crystals, recycled glass, lead and nickel free metal beads and findings. I enjoy "rescuing" vintage jewelry from yard or estate sales and integrate elements in newer pieces. I love working with many different materials and techniques and I try to match stones and beads that are not often seen together to create something new.

All of my jewelry is eclectic and one-of-a-kind. You can become a "globetrotter" only by choosing an attire with glass beads from India, rare and original amulets or recycled glass beads from Africa, Thai silver, garnet from Australia or simply beautiful sea glass…

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  • Female
  • Born on December 24
  • Joined December 2, 2010

Favorite materials

garnet, turquoise, coral, African trade beads, silver, labradorite, Nepalese beads, lapis lazuli, carnelian, and many more

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About

All my life I have enjoyed traveling and purchasing beautiful ethnic jewelry from all over the world. Those pieces as well as the beauty of natural gemstones and other fun materials inspired me to start designing and making my own jewelry. I use natural stones, shells, wood, seeds, brass, pearls, copper, crystals, recycled glass, lead and nickel free metal beads and findings. I enjoy "rescuing" vintage jewelry from yard or estate sales and integrate elements in newer pieces. I love working with many different materials and techniques and I try to match stones and beads that are not often seen together to create something new.

All of my jewelry is eclectic and one-of-a-kind. You can become a "globetrotter" only by choosing an attire with glass beads from India, rare and original amulets or recycled glass beads from Africa, Thai silver, garnet from Australia or simply beautiful sea glass.
Everything at Beadissima is handmade and I hardly ever repeat the same design twice.

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