The Desert Mambo Necklace
by Neena Shilvock.
(Nuneaton, United Kingdom)
Inspired by a visit to the Sinai desert, this is a mixed media piece made of polymer clay pendant, cream ruffles, patinated copper wire and a piece of coral.
The pendant is reversible and all the pieces are strung on copper wire to keep a ‘collar’ shape, rather than being fluid and too relaxed.
The piece of orange coral makes the creamy ruffles pop out at you and the dark patinated freestyle wire segments are asymmetrically placed to add interest to the necklace.
Love the ruffles
This piece is great. The colors and shapes in the piece are excellent.
by: Delia Stone
What an interesting piece you have created. I love the contrast between the darkened wire and the cream ruffles most especially. This piece has wonderful eye appeal.
Outstanding and beautiful. I love how you did something different with each element of the necklace. Unique representation of the Sinai Desert and its colors.
loving this unusual piece of jewellery
by: rehmat jamal
ruffles ? i thought u brought home a bagful of chips from the bangalore club and laminated them .they do look edible . and the necklace is quite lovely .
Cool piece! I like the fact that the pendant seems reversible.