Friday, April 16, 2010

roman era glass


Here are some of my pieces that I have been working on in the studio. Anyone who knows me ..knows that I LOVE ridiculously tall rings. Love wearing them and making them.
These are done with Roman Era Glass.
I also have over the past year been working on a commercial line of jewelry...to be announced in about2 weeks. It is really, really cool. Last week I filmed out in Beachwood Ohio the technicalities of the new line.

17 comments:

Riki Schumacher said...

Susan, these are just beautiful, as each of your pieces always are. A new jewelry line?? Cool, can't wait to hear more. Riki xoxo

Christine said...

Those are gorgeous! I am fascinated by ancient glass....are the glass pieces set in the rings as-is, or did you have to alter them to fit the bezels?

Studio Sylvia said...

Love the colour of the glass Susan but I love the historical aspect of the glass even more - if only the glass could talk. The rings look terrific.

lisa_crofts said...

They are stunning susan. I cant wait to see the new stuff.

Jen Crossley said...

These are really stunning Susan,you are indeed an artist
Jen

La Dolce Vita said...

awesome rings! It was so fun meeting you and Linda at Art Fest! ciao bella!

Deb P said...

Susan, very cool rings.You were in my neck of the woods (Beachwood). I can't wait to hear about your new line.

SydneyJ22985 said...

幸福是人人都要,又怎麼可能都歸你所有?要知道這世界幸福本來就不多........................................

krys kirkpatrick said...

Beautiful and unique. I have stumbled into your blog, it is lovely.

mairedodd said...

these are gorgeous for so many reasons - that all come together so perfectly... the jewelry line sounds wonderful -
roman era glass is some of my favorite for its story...

茂恒 said...

很棒的分享~如有打擾之處,敬請原諒!........................................

Magda said...

Fantastic, new for me, old glass is beautiful in this rings:)!

宛慧桓玲 said...

非常感謝~3Q~....................................................

sandi m said...

Now we know the new line.
Congrats on Industrial Chic!

黃k0822oryb_card said...

Constant dripping wears away the stone. 滴水穿石!加油! ....................................................

Beatrix said...

I can't believe I've just found you only to find you have just been to Melbourne Australia my home town.Hope your coming back and perhaps do some workshops!

Shan said...

Your ideas are fresh and new to me but I'm loving every single bit of your creations. Nice one!
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