Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Victorian Biker Collection?

That may be the best description for the jewelry I've been working on.

This cross was inspired by a victorian necklace.  It's made from steel.

Victorian steel cut


More victorian steel
future bracelets


the softer side of steel

seems to be a steel theme
i believe i mentioned obsessed in a previous post


And yes, I do ride and have the required leather jacket and chaps
but . . . . . .


these are my biker boots.






12 comments:

Esther said...

fantastic !!!

~Debi said...

Awesome stuff! Love it all :)

Lisa said...

awesome...i love the steel cut beads..one of my favorites!

stregata said...

Now I am wondering - are you obsessed with steel or with biking? Hmmmm. No matter - those pieces are fantastic - great work!
(Love the boots)

sharon said...

Really fantastic stuff, veru unique and original! I love all the silver tone.

Cindy said...

All so gorgeous! I love just about everything Victorian too. I wore your gorgeous earrings today and it felt great to wear such sweet little pieces of art! :-)
Cindy

Pretty Things said...

TOTAL LOVE! I am freaking OUT over the coolness factor. LOVE!

Riki Schumacher said...

Oh I love these crosses! VERY biker, but I'm a Vespa rider, do I count as a biker chick? No leathers, just lots of armor. Take care, Riki

diane cook said...

I can say I have been there...obsessed that is =)
Are those really your biker boots? I would have to tip my hat to you if they are!

ANNETTE HUSBAND said...

Hi Brenda
thanks for stopping by my blog awhile back and leaving a comment.OMG I love all your work.Those crosses are awesome!!!Your resinned ear-rings are cool...the little ?bullet bezels are perfect.
hugs
Annette In Oz

Diana said...

Oh I am in love with your crosses. I can see them being worn during the medieval days of ode. Just amazing! And your biker boots rock. Happy holidays to you and your loved ones.
tootles
Diana

Riki Schumacher said...

Thanks for stopping by Brenda! Glad you like our little portrait. Have a wonderful holiday. Take care, Riki