Sunday, June 30, 2013

Fit for a Queen

How is everyone holding up in this record-breaking heat?  To combat the scorching temperatures, I've made some cool new jewels this week, fit for a queen! 
This vintage crown is simple yet stunning, adorned with lots of rhinestones, rubies and chunky baroque pearls.
I think this old threaded crown and Maltese cross patch makes a fun and regal bracelet!
And of course we needed some pearly crown and shell cameo earrings in the mix...
This royal necklace features the most amazing hand-painted portrait of a woman whom I've decided looks like Queen Elizabeth!  It is a really special piece, possibly painted on ivory and encased in silver and bezeled glass.
Here are some more crown earrings suspended from exotic enamel findings with mother of pearl rosary beads and chains.
This Eiffel Tower double-wrap necklace is positively luxe with its variety of gemstones and textured chain.
I will be listing these pieces in my Etsy shoppe on Monday.  Please feel free to contact me before then if you have questions about anything!  And please stay tuned next time when I will be offering my third tutorial on wire wrapping and making a pair of earrings.  Until then, stay cool, mes amis royale!  :) Robyn


  1. Beautiful as always!!
    Had storms roll thru a couple of nights ago that has lowered out temps for a few days. Of course in this part of the country in the Summer - that will be short lived. :D
    Have a great week.

  2. So luscious! That painted portrait necklace is breathtaking! Another amazing collection!

  3. Amazing Robyn! You always find such wonderful pieces to work with. Regal beauties for any aspiring lady, no matter if she's a debutante or dowager.