Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Ruby Tuesday - A red necklace has found a good home!



This warm red necklace 'Rose hips' was sold to a person whom I greatly admire, Mrs. Jenny Matlock of Off My Tangent and host for such great memes as Alphabe-Thursday, Story-Time Tuesday and Saturday Centus. She even wore it for her new blog profil photo! (Go to her site profil and you will see that she is wearing my necklace!)

That made me very, very happy, Jenny! Thank you so much!




I have relisted the red necklace with a different clasp, as well as a matching bracelet:


Thank you for visiting!
Best wishes,
Anna



To see other Ruby Tuesday posts please visit Work of the Poet: Ruby Tuesday, here.




7 Comments:

Ann said...

It's always a thrill to see someone with one of your creations.

Anna said...

@Ann
Thanks Ann! Amen to that!
Anna

Grace said...

That is absolutely lovely!

BJ Roan said...

Beautiful creation! Lucky new owner.

Auntie E said...

Just gorgeous, is it glass beads? I love it.
My Ruby Link is here for you

Marites said...

such pretty red things...the one who got them is the lucky one. My Ruby Tue is here.

Anna said...

@Grace
Dear Grace,
Thanks for the visit and the compliment!
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@BJ Roan
Hi BJ,
Thank you for visitng. I am really glad she likes it.
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@Auntie E
Hi Auntie E,
The red beads are probably from India, and I think they are glass or perhaps ceramic because they are white inside if you look at the hole. As soon as I saw them, I thought of rose hips! The leaves are pressed glass from the Czech Republic and the tiny spacer beads are also Czech. The larger size seed beads are from Japan. I like working with glass and chrystal beads. I like the play of light seen through glass.
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@Marites
Hi Marites,
Thank you for your kind words. But I also feel fortunate to find appreciative buyers. There is a lot of compitition out there when in comes to jewellery. I am like an author who wants her books to be read; I am always happiest when some wants to actually wear my pieces. This is when I start learning things. I often change things after I have seen someone wear a necklace or bracelet or pair of earrings. But I am very happy with this red one that Jenny Matlock bought. It feels ready, and it looks great on her.
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Thanks all for stopping by.
Best wishes,
Anna

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