…Something blue!

Genni wanted a light, contemporary bracelet to go with the simple pearl drop earrings she had already bought from me. She also particularly wanted to include a blue bead – something blue!

Genni chose an ‘aquamarine’ Swarovski colour, which I included in my ‘entwined’ pearl bracelet. I used 9mm creamy ‘potato’ pearls which casually move around on the wires, creating a very light look.

All metal components are sterling silver, and the wire is silver-plated steel beading wire for strength – we don’t want the bride having a jewellery malfunction on her big day!

This is a perfect design for personalizing, as there is a vast colour range of sparkly Swarovski crystal beads to match any wedding signature colour.

Commissions are always the idea way to be involved in creating exactly as you want for your wedding day, please don’t hesitate to contact me and see what bespoke design I can make for you.

I have another bridal commission to share later in the week, I’m very excited!

Rachel x

Rachel Lucie Johns

Hi! I'm Rachel, a jewellery designer-maker & nature photographer. My work is inspired by the gorgeous countryside around West Yorkshire & Art Deco design. This blog is where I share my creative life and inspiration. find out more ...

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    Rachel Lucie Johns

    11th October 2010

    thanks Byron, love to hear my work is being spread around!

    yes, Softflexgirl, it's the idea wire, and give's the effect she wanted.

    Rowan, thanks my love! x

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    Byron Jones

    11th October 2010

    Nice designs, have facebooked the link.

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    Softflexgirl

    6th July 2010

    Beautiful design! The nice thing about most silver plated beading wire is that it won't tarnish. So she can have the design for years to come and the wire will stay bright and shiny.

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    Rowan | KitschenSink

    6th July 2010

    That's a great idea and gorgeous too!

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    Charlotte

    6th July 2010

    Extremely beautiful, LOVE the necklace, just tweeted it via @misscristalcom

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    Rachel Lucie Johns

    6th July 2010

    thank you! I plan to choose some other popular colours and make a necklace and earrings to match. Hopefully they will do well.

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    Lesley Chow

    6th July 2010

    A stunning collection

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    Michelle

    5th July 2010

    Absolutely Beautiful!!!

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