Jewelry From the Heart

Most of my blog entries are about my sewing adventures and I seldom take the time to mention the other member of Patti’s Originals.  So today I want to share a bit about my jewelry designer, my husband. . .

Larry decided a few years ago that he would like to learn to make jewelry for our granddaughters and they were certainly glad he did.  As he got better at creating he branched out and started making gifts for me! 

In the last few months he has started creating women’s jewelry for my store.  His designs lend themselves to a classic style and he avoids the flashy look that is so prevalent today.

I thought I would share a few of his latest creations.

This first set is made from Russian jade and he calls it From Russia With Love.  The deep green of this jade is absolutely beautiful.


This one is called Winter’s Night and it is made from deep, rich, blue/green Czech glass beads.  A great accessory for dressing up jeans.


This last one is a turquoise beauty.  This set is just beautiful!  It includes a necklace and bracelet and is made from Turquoise, Bali and lampwork beads and it is very elegant-yet simple.


Larry is very meticulous in his creations and he sometimes works on an item for a month before he gets it just the way he wants but the result is always beautiful. 

He still has a few children’s items available but he plans on specializing in ladies’ jewelry in the future, and the good thing is he offers FREE SHIPPING on his items!

Most of the designs I blog about are custom creations-if you see something you like or I can help you with a custom creation please contact me here.


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