RobertJennik

Lampwork Bead Cab Deerhide Chevron 925 Silver 14K Gold

5688 Sales

RobertJennik

Lampwork Bead Cab Deerhide Chevron 925 Silver 14K Gold

5688 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Announcement   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 Nov 25, 2016

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.

Robert Jennik

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Robert Jennik

28.5" Genuine Baltic Honey AMBER Chips #1003
$113.00
26.5" Genuine Baltic Dark AMBER Chips #1004
$92.50
French 16-0 STEEL CUT Seed Beads Mix 5 Grams
$15.00
Indian Head Penny Coin Button - Polished Copper
$5.00
26 Lemon CHRYSOPRASE Beads 8X3mm
$6.50
5/0 Seed Beads Red White Heart 16.75 Inch Strand
$8.00
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Cheryl Precourt

Cheryl Precourt on Apr 26, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

2nd time to the shop. Great work, super timely shipping. Appreciated great communication with owner :)

Allie Crer

Allie Crer on Apr 26, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Good quality and shipped quickly.

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About

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 22 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 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 doing lampwork pieces since 1995.

Shop policies

Last updated on September 16, 2015
Lampwork glass is the primary Artistic outlet at this time. In the past I have also painted and work extensively in rawhide making drums, rattles, sculpture, and tables.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
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Shipping is by US Postal service within 24 hours of the next business day,
Monday through Friday.
All US mail is now sent with a Tracking Number.
All US and International shipments over $20 are now mailed insured.
Unfortunately, tracking information is not available for International mail except International Express packages.
Refunds and Exchanges
7 day refund policy. The item must be returned in NEW condition and be complete. Leather that has be worked, stamped, woven, cut, etc. will not warrant a refund.