Inezee

Dragonfly Queen Jewelry, Glass and Lampwork Beads

California, United States · 9 Sales

Inezee

Dragonfly Queen Jewelry, Glass and Lampwork Beads

California, United States 9 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Announcement   Creating Art and working with my hands has always been a passion for me. I have worked with so many different mediums from textiles, glass, beads & finally silver metal clay.
When I was working with glass I learned about lampworking which intrigued me to the point of obsession. When I had an almost over abundant amount of glass beads, I wanted to figure out what to do with them. So I started to make jewelry with them. A friend invited me to metal clay intro class and I really enjoyed it. My initial inclination being that I could make my own fine silver findings to enhance my lampwork jewelry. Once I delved more into this "metal clay" I became obsessed.
Since then my main focus has been Art Clay Silver jewelry, which when finished is 99.9% silver. I do incorporate the glass in my creations as much as possible, but have expanded using natural and man made stones. The possibilities are endless.

In general I like working with my hands and tools. I love tools! Which is another good thing for working with glass and metal clay :)

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Last updated on May 22, 2016

Creating Art and working with my hands has always been a passion for me. I have worked with so many different mediums from textiles, glass, beads & finally silver metal clay.
When I was working with glass I learned about lampworking which intrigued me to the point of obsession. When I had an almost over abundant amount of glass beads, I wanted to figure out what to do with them. So I started to make jewelry with them. A friend invited me to metal clay intro class and I really enjoyed it. My initial inclination being that I could make my own fine silver findings to enhance my lampwork jewelry. Once I delved more into this "metal clay" I became obsessed.
Since then my main focus has been Art Clay Silver jewelry, which when finished is 99.9% silver. I do incorporate the glass in my creations as much as possible, but have expanded using natural and man made stones. The possibilities are endless.

In general I like working with my hands and tools. I love tools! Which is another good thing for working with glass and metal clay :)

Inez Flaugh

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Anonymous on Jan 19, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Gorgeous beads. Thank you!

Anonymous on May 19, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful color and perfect size; totally pleased with quality.

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Last updated on March 14, 2011

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