Alice Macdonald - Necklaces of Warm Reds and Browns
The depth and complexity of the spices that make up a Massala are the inspiration for the name of this necklace. Woven and crocheted of bright brass wire I have used a warm red carnelian and red freshwater pearls to create an intricate design as elaborate as a massala.This is a set of necklace and matching earrings.
Sunstone is the perfect gem to celebrate a figure associated with the sun, such as Grainne a solar goddess from ancient Ireland. This necklace is warm and gleaming as the sunstone flashes golden iridescence, I have also used golden freshwater pearls. The wire used in this necklace is antiqued brass.This is a set of necklace and matching earrings.
The Greek goddess of the rosy dawn is the namesake of this necklace. I have used a large glowing piece of pink chalcedony as the focal gem of this necklace as well as pink amethyst and citrine. Gold plated wire is the radiant base of this necklace.This is a set of necklace and matching earrings.
An Irish goddess of inspiration and fire is the muse for this necklace. I have used garnet in its deep red color as well as hessonite (golden garnet) as the gems in this piece. The crocheted and woven wire is a deeply antiqued copper wire. This is a set of necklace and matching earrings.