Another addition to the Resin Range! The method involves lots of techniques of mixing, heating, blow torching, paint pigments, layering the resin and curing making each different from the other so each piece unique and a one off. As the resin is heat resistant they can be used as placemats, serving trays, on coffee tables or as shown here for my pot plants. There are also coasters to match. The products are not on my website but if you are interested do look my instagram page, DM or email me if you would like to place an order. Instagram account @sally_napier_jewellery.
As promised, these are some of the pendants that I have made with my re-purposed and recycled acrylic paint pour offcuts. I then resin over the top to give a dome high gloss professional finish. Once photographed I will put some of the designs on my website that will you will find in The Sea Collection range. They are inspired my the ebbing tides and colours of the ocean named Tidal Seascapes.
It has been a while since I last wrote on this news page. I do hope you all had a good Christmas as can be under the circumstances. We are now in lockdown 3 and I have taken this opportunity of getting creative. I needed a few weeks break from making jewellery, the precision, the polishing, the delicacy of the process. So decided to try my hand at acrylic paint pouring. Its very messy, but I love it! The designs are inspired by the the sea, its movement, the ebbing tides and colours. I will be using the off cuts in my jewellery to set with resin so watch this space. In the meantime this is a small piece of...
This ring I made for a customer is stunning. Such beautiful deep sea blue colours showcased in the perfect claw setting. This setting really suits the octagonal faceted topaz as it lets as much light in as possible enriching the colours and cut. I also really love the shape of the topaz, the sparkle and high shine of the sterling silver sounding it. A perfect combination.
With Christmas looming and in another lockdown it has become evermore evident and important to have a good online store. So I have spent the day updating the website for online purchasing and will be putting more pieces on in the coming weeks. We may not feel like the usual excitement and build up for Christmas with our worries, but it is still important to celebrate and to show our loved ones with are thinking of them. And more important than ever to support our local and small business in anyway we can. Not Amazon! Thank you.