The Blodauwedd bracelet from Celtiqua is a frivolous fantasia of floral extravagance.
Pastel shades of pinks, green and purples make up this flirtatious and irresistible flight of fancy.
I don’t know what I was thinking when I made this but it makes me smile every time I look at it from the sheer prettiness of the little beaded flowers and the lamp glass leaves.
Sturdier than it looks this is still not suitable for children because it is a piece of jewellery and wouldn’t survive rough handling. Deserves a careful owner who will cherish it for the fragile flowers it carries.
Will fit small to medium wrists as it has an adjustable fastening with an extension chain.
Materials used: acrylic beads, faux pearl beads, lamp glass beads, crystal beads, mixed plated base metals.
Hello, I’m Michele Brenton and I am the person behind Celtiqua.
I am a Gold member of the Guild of Jewellery Designers (GOJD)
the British Pearl Association (BPA)
and a member of the Alliance for Metal Clay Artists Worldwide (AMCAW)
When I’m not creating jewellery I am creating poetry and you can find my books on my author page on Amazon.
I believe quality jewellery shouldn’t cost the earth so –
My electricity is sourced from my energy supplier’s guaranteed renewable Green tariff.
I use recycled silver and ethically sourced gemstones and also recycle and ‘harvest’ materials from vintage wherever possible.
I avoid using harmful chemicals and I use traditional methods where possible.
Most of the chemicals I use are actually edible such as bicarbonate of soda and citric acid.
I use recycled packaging to post items out and I am always looking for ways to reduce my carbon footprint and use of resources.
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