Help Me Pick a Name for This Jewelry Series!

by Dianne Culbertson-Jacques.
(Windsor, Vermont)

Turquoise Spikes earrings by Dianne Culbertson-Jacques  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Turquoise Spikes

When I saw the ceramic spikes made by ScorchedEarthonEtsy I knew I had to have some!

Brown Spikes earrings by Dianne Culbertson-Jacques  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Brown Spikes

I have since ordered some stoneware bits and pieces to incorporate, but I couldn’t wait to get started and have actually already placed an order for more spikes.

Red Spikes earrings by Dianne Culbertson-Jacques  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Red Spikes

These are wire wrapped and have a patina applied with Liver of Sulfur (LOS).

Ear wires are sterling silver, also with LOS.

Brown Spikes earrings by Dianne Culbertson-Jacques  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Brown Spikes

Not sure what I want to name them as it will develop into a series. Any ideas?

Dianne Culbertson-Jacques
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  1. Jane Petersen says:

    Hi Dianne,
    Love your designs. Did you make your beads? When I see your work, these words come to my mind: Celtic, goddess, old world, ancient. To me, there’s something primitive and dynamic about your designs. Good luck with the naming!
    Jane

  2. I love these! The turquoise spikes made me think “love potion” earrings because they look like vials of potion. Doesn’t really work for the others, but maybe the ones in that shape… good luck!

  3. These are wonderful. Have you thought about the name: Amoeba spikes. These spikes have an organic quality, to me.

  4. It’s funny; everyone is so into “spikes” these days. But when I look at these earrings, these shapes don’t look like spikes to me. As Sandy mentions, they look more organic to me–like roots……carrots, parsnips, even dandelion roots. All very bohemian and comforting. At least for me.

  5. Debra Hulsey says:

    I’m thinking “Easter Island” because they remind me of the statues there. Just a thought.

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