Have you participated in our Mother’s day contest yet? The deadline has been extended to 20th May. So do send in your entries without fail.
While running the contest, I did put posting about the Blue gold collection on the back burner. If you are in a hurry want to check out the full collection visit the Blue gold Portfolio page. Otherwise, sit back, enjoy a cuppa and read about the Blue gold Beaded jewelry from the collection.
I might be a mixed media artist but beads are and always will bethe life and soul of Sayuri. Every collection of mine has simple beaded necklaces that combine unique beads in unconventional patterns. The Blue gold Beaded jewelry that you will find below has lots of interesting ceramic beads including blue pottery beads, crystals and even cord beads. They are all for sale with complimentary beaded earrings.
Blue gold Beaded jewelry
Indigo & Cherry
Encouraged by the response that I got for my Tibetan style necklace in the Bead hoaders BSBP, I tried the blue and red combination once again. However, this time instead of using prussian and royal blue, I used Ultramarine variant and a tint of indigo. I used blue pottery beads along with glass rounds in blue and red. I used plump bamboo coral beads as cherries and even wire wrapped one in the central nest. A porcelain pandora bead, along with a glass football and oversized doughnut ( or round is it?) completes the pendant. Complimentary beaded Earrings in blue
Reminiscent of the silvery morning dew is this necklace of sea glass, crystal and silver foiled glass beads. Comes with beaded earrings. This necklace might look a little heavy on the right side owing to the chunky crystals. While this is not exactly right with regard to the principle of “balance” in design, I think that it works culturally. My ideal client is someone between the ages of 35-65 who loves experimenting with her looks. While she wears loads of modern cuts and western silhouettes she enjoys wearing statement necklaces with simple sarees. Not that only Indian women can be my clients, but a majority of them are. When you wear a saree in the navi (regular style) the left shoulder and neck are more exposed than the right which are usually covered by the pallu of the saree. Hence most of my designs have focals on the left side ( as is the following piece) to cater to this clientele.
Flowers of indigo necklace
If you notice, flowers are a recurring theme in this collection, right next to the indigo color. Though only the leaves of the indigofera tinctoria are used in making the dye, I find the luscious pink blooms captivating as their blooming signifies the right time to harvest the plant for dye making. I have created the Flowers of indigo necklace with a looped medley of ceramic, glass and crochet beads with a lampwork flower clasp.
All Necklaces are available for sale and I ship all over the world. For further details and order placement email me or send in a message on Facebook.
What do you think of these necklaces? Do you like wearing a medley of beads of various materials in the same piece, rather than just one. Please tell me in the comments. Do not forget to Check out the full collection at visit the Blue gold Portfolio page or JewelsofSayuri on Facebook
Find the rest of the collection posts below:
Blue gold Portfolio page
I hope you found it interesting