RobertJennik

Lampwork Bead Venetian HandDrum Deerhide 925 Silver 14K

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RobertJennik

Lampwork Bead Venetian HandDrum Deerhide 925 Silver 14K

7,168 Sales

Announcement    I have been making hand drums and sectional frames of Select Pine and Cedar. This is pretty fun once you calculate everything for the miters. I have actually been making drums for about as long as I have been making glass beads!
Lampwork Glass Cabochons and Rawhide objects and beads by Robert Jennik are featured in the August 2014 issue of Bead and Button magazine, Artist Spotlight.

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Last updated on Feb 8, 2020

I have been making hand drums and sectional frames of Select Pine and Cedar. This is pretty fun once you calculate everything for the miters. I have actually been making drums for about as long as I have been making glass beads!
Lampwork Glass Cabochons and Rawhide objects and beads by Robert Jennik are featured in the August 2014 issue of Bead and Button magazine, Artist Spotlight.

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Sales 7,168
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Bicycles to Metal to Glass

For about 10 years I built racing bicycles for the elite division of Schwinn, Paramount Design Group. After graduating from college in 1992 with a BFA in Metalsmithing, I continued working for another very high end specialty bicycle manufacturer for another 2 years. For the last 25 years I have been involved in the bead business. In 1995 lampwork glass beads became an obsession and I figured out a couple of different ways to make beads, contrary to what was commonly accepted as the "only" way. These beads I have been selling at bead shows since 1996. Since I have a degree in Metalsmithing and am very familiar with metals and soldering processes, I started selling gold filled and sterling silver items to supplement the lampwork glass. It has been exciting to see how the industry has changed over the years. Recently, I have focused on lampwork cabochons which are created off-mandrel, similar to glass blowing but on a much smaller scale. Somewhere in between all this I also started making hand drums and rattles. There are a few sculptures that I have created using rawhide.

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  • Robert Jennik

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    I have a BFA in Metalsmithing from UW-Milwaukee, 1992. I have been working in hot glass making lampwork pieces since 1995.

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    WA, United States

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