Jewelry Just for Me!

by Judy Pagnusat.
(Northern California United States)

My most recent work made this week Blue enamel

My most recent work made this week Blue enamel

I always think of selling my jewelry but have never produced enough that I am willing to part with, so all my jewelry is mine and I wear it.

I have also been doing fold forming and air chasing. This piece is fabricated from copper pipe

I have also been doing fold forming and air chasing. This piece is fabricated from copper pipe

Over time I have progressed from silver metal clay, to base metal clay, to fabrication.

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I purchased the stone and fabricated the necklace. The plate on the back of the piece is etched with a picture of the flower on the front

I purchased the stone and fabricated the necklace. The plate on the back of the piece is etched with a picture of the flower on the front

My current passion is enameling.

Judy Pagnusat
Judy’s Gems

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  • Susan Mast says:

    I especially love the enamelled one. I always appreciate someone else who works in copper – I love the earthy feel it give the jewelry. Your’s are beautiful. You should consider making more and selling.

  • What a great variety in your artistry, Judy! And lucky you getting to wear all these pieces. I love your fascinating explorations like the fold-formed copper pipe!

  • Susan says:

    I love your work, Judy!

  • Colleen Hamm says:

    Beautiful work Judy, your very talented!!

  • McNierneyLou says:

    I love the Rustic look Judy, beautiful

  • Lynn Moore says:

    Your work is so beautiful! I too love the enamel piece for the form and the color of copper working with the blue. Recently I sold one of my favorite pieces and I have been kicking myself ever since! I think I would probably keep everything you make for myself as well.

  • Susan Wade says:

    These are real nice. Like everybody else says… Make more -sell some. I know what you mean about keeping them though! How many of us do the same thing! Have you thought of making a few in assembly line fashion. So you are in the same process with a few at a time. Rather than working on one, start to finish, and then have to start a fresh one? Then you choose between three or four similar ones, for yourself and have a couple to sell!
    Beautiful work.

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