kazkebab

Cheeky Cherub - Beads, Enamels, Jewellery, Murrini

Grappenhall, United Kingdom · 3264 Sales

kazkebab

Cheeky Cherub - Beads, Enamels, Jewellery, Murrini

Grappenhall, United Kingdom 3264 Sales On Etsy since 2006

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Announcement   My name is Kaz Baildon and I have a home studio in my garden in Grappenhall, Cheshire UK.

I started to make jewellery in 2005 and have been creating lampwork beads since 2007. All my lampwork beads are annealed in my digital kiln straight from the flame and I guarantee the quality.

I have recently started to work with copper and enamels to make jewellery components. I work with an enamelling kiln. All my enamels are counter-enamelled (enamelled on the backs) with two coats of enamel and then I use two or three coats of enamels plus other embellishments on the fronts.

I have made murrini for my own use and for others since 2009. I started to make murrini because I could not find exactly what I wanted - repeatable designs that had good definition, were inexpensive and easy to use. I hand-pull all my murrini myself from a range of CoE104 glass, including some of the rarer and more expensive ones. I test each recipe myself and have them tested by other beadmakers too. Have a look at my positive feedback to see how good my murrini are! I have added a video to You Tube showing how to apply my murrini to beads and you can find it here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO5z6kkdVqU

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Last updated on Dec 19, 2016

My name is Kaz Baildon and I have a home studio in my garden in Grappenhall, Cheshire UK.

I started to make jewellery in 2005 and have been creating lampwork beads since 2007. All my lampwork beads are annealed in my digital kiln straight from the flame and I guarantee the quality.

I have recently started to work with copper and enamels to make jewellery components. I work with an enamelling kiln. All my enamels are counter-enamelled (enamelled on the backs) with two coats of enamel and then I use two or three coats of enamels plus other embellishments on the fronts.

I have made murrini for my own use and for others since 2009. I started to make murrini because I could not find exactly what I wanted - repeatable designs that had good definition, were inexpensive and easy to use. I hand-pull all my murrini myself from a range of CoE104 glass, including some of the rarer and more expensive ones. I test each recipe myself and have them tested by other beadmakers too. Have a look at my positive feedback to see how good my murrini are! I have added a video to You Tube showing how to apply my murrini to beads and you can find it here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO5z6kkdVqU

Kazx

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