Sunday, July 1, 2012

Done, Done, Done

Pictures only today.
Turquoise Slab Necklace Completed
Clasp at work
Turquoise Slab Focal
Reduction Bar Side 1
Reduction Bar the Other Side (Note this is on the bust with a white back ground, the picture was not cropped oddly.)
The Turquoise Slab Necklace
Another view
Again
Another picture
Turquoise Slab from the side
Last one

15 comments:

  1. Holy. Cow. This made me gasp out loud when I saw it -- spectacular! Congratulations on finishing, and on conquering all the challenges you encountered along the way. It is fabulous!

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    1. Thanks Bobbie. The structure is just like I visualized but the pieces that made the structure were all a challenge. Even the herringbone strap- it broke in two when I finally finished this morning!

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  2. Hi:-)
    Jawdropping!Stunning Masterpiece!
    I loved it,when I saw only pieces-now-admiration and full respect to the Author:-))
    Congrats!You're very much talented.
    Lovely,detailed taste of very textural and unique form,to be wanted,adored and worn-at once!
    Fantastic Design of Yours.
    The whole effort has been rewarded with such a fantastic final effect.
    Warm,Warm Greets-Halinka-

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    1. Thank you Halinka what a wonderful compliment. I can't wait to wear it.

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  3. Nagyon tetszik minden részlete egyedi és utánozhatatlan !!!!
    Gratulálok !!!!!

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    1. Thank you Lori. I fell in love with the turquoise slab more than a year ago and I am glad I can show it off.

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  5. Wow!! what a stunner. I've loved following the progress of this piece, and the finished item is truly wonderful, well done :-)

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    1. Thank you Lynsey. It was a long process. I have 4 more turquoise slabs to work my way through. The next time it will not be quite so much a trial and error process.

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  6. Love the color combination - love the beautiful, beaded, bezel on the turquoise slab - love,love,love each of the 3 lovely strands that you made and adore the way you brought everything together. It's FANTABULOUS!

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  7. I'm just getting caught up on blog reading, but this is gorgeous--worth the work! I LOVED READING ABOUT THE MAKING OF IT.

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  8. Oops, didn't mean to type that last part in all caps--it looks like I'm shouting!

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    1. It looked like you were enthused! Glad you enjoyed it. I am glad it is done, I was glad to have it to show off this weekend when I went to visit family, and I am looking forward to the next piece.

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