Artisan Necklace Bohemian Bridal Garden Imagine glass flowers similar to Lalique surmounted by crystal beads attached to a hand painted and enameled brass piece that shows lilies of the valley and another red flower. A milky white crystal drop hangs from the bottom of the piece.
The clasp is a heart and lobster claws from which hangs a key. The necklace portion, which is something old made of casein flowers from the 1950's and beautiful Czech beads in white and red which echo the colors in the focal measuring 16". The casein flowers alone would have taken at least one full year of pouring and moulding before they could be used. These are upcycled from new old stock from a necklace that was found with tags, never used. This can be lengthened upon request. The focal is an additional 4 1/2" from the necklace itself.
This is a new piece. It was part of a traveling box project from B'Sue's artisan group that I recently participated in and for which this found itself not only in a prominent newsletter, but on a blog and in Bead Chat for the month of September.
This is a one of a kind piece--no one will ever have one of these like this again. OOAK. Beautiful and fresh.
It is signed by artist Mary K. Deis