edenartglass

Art Glass and Artisan Metal Findings

Georgia, United States · 3191 Sales

edenartglass

Art Glass and Artisan Metal Findings

Georgia, United States 3191 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(1440)
Shop owner

Jill Eden

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Announcement   Welcome to Eden Art Glass & Artisan Findings. Please browse around and see what I have been up to. I hope you find things that make you smile, and that make some primitive part of your brain scream "SHINY".

Announcement

Welcome to Eden Art Glass & Artisan Findings. Please browse around and see what I have been up to. I hope you find things that make you smile, and that make some primitive part of your brain scream "SHINY".

Jill Eden

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Jill Eden

Bronze Patterned Rings or Links Handmade
US$10.00
Reserve for Karin
US$46.00
Handmade Lampwork Focal Bead with Red Swirls
US$11.00
Lampwork Focal Bead Red and Black on Ivory
US$13.00
Under the Boardwalk Seashell Dangles
US$8.00
Leaf Dangles Handmade Bronze with Blue Patina
US$8.00
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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(1440)
pearlesecents

pearlesecents on Sep 28, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

These are stunning. These are incredible. I lucked out and ordered 4 as they have become my new favorite component. I'm so excited to use them. Thanks so much.

pearlesecents

pearlesecents on Sep 28, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful. The colouring is great for earrings; a nicely matched pair. The design is super, too. A very nice pair of dangles. Thanks.

Meredith Jordan

Meredith Jordan on Sep 21, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Sweet little charms made into a lovely pair of small dangle earrings!

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Updates

Mismatched and 2nds!

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New 3 hole dangles with Egyptian hieroglyphs pattern and red, blue and purple iridescent colors

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Iridescent Patina Fun

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About

Eden Art Glass and Artisan Findings

I started my shop in 2011 when I realized I had so many beads that I would never be able to use them all. And all I wanted to do was make more. My sister, Polly, said "why don't you sell them on Etsy?" It seemed an impossible task, but it all came together.

I also made my own findings from bronze clay, an easy transference from years of working with polymer, for a line of jewelry I was making. I experimented with creating patinas, and started to add patinas to all the findings I made. My team member and brother in law, Kurt, took some clasps, bails, and wrap beads to a bead show in Atlanta - more as an afterthought than anything else - and we sold all we had. I stayed up all night and made more.

Polly, my sister who does all the listing and shipping, wanted to have jump rings to use with the findings. She bought a jump ring maker and some wire, and I'll never have to buy jump rings again.

For all of us who are compelled to make things, Etsy is a Godsend. It is a thrill to sell items you've created to people who will use them in items they create.

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  • Jill Eden

    Owner

    I live in a house in Georgia with my 4 dogs and 2 cats (not including a stray I picked up who had a litter of kittens, 3 of which haven't found new homes as of yet.) I make the Lampwork beads, bronze clay findings, and fused glass cabs.

  • Polly

    Sister

    I am Jill's (younger:)) sister -and assistant. I live in a little house in the woods in Washington State. I take the photos, list the items, and do the shipping. I help Jill with the metal patinas. For fun I make jump rings and headpins.

  • Kurt

    Designer

    When I'm not fishing I'm a freelance artist. I do the cold enameling and acid etching,punch out the metal, cut the metal, and carry things. I live with my wife, Polly, in Washington State.

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