|Posted on February 28, 2010 at 2:56 PM|
I honestly don't know quite how to refer to her - Master Goldsmith? Master Metalsmith? Whatever it is - she surely is a master. Elise Worman of EMW Metals has her Masters Degree in Metal Work and years of experience creating custom, one of a kind jewelry. Elise has truly mastered her craft and we are proud to have her work associated with our fused glass jewelry at Shimmering Glass.
Elise has teamed up with Shimmering Glass to offer several incredible pieces of fused glass jewelry, set into luscious sterling silver settings. This may not sound so special, but when you see the work she has done, feel the weight of the jewelry, you will know you have a piece of fused glass jewelry set in sterling silver that is meant to last a lifetime and beyond.
Each piece of fused glass sterling silver jewelry features a custom setting, sterling silver handcrafted to fit the unique piece of fused glass. Both combining to create a beautiful piece of jewelry worthy of being called an "estate piece".
This double fused glass necklace is a great example of the kind of work this collaboration has created. Dichroic Glass wrapped in a deep sterling silver setting, and this is just one of several gorgeous works of fused glass jewelry in sterling silver in the Shimmering Glass Shop.
Elise can also create custom, hand made designs in sterling silver or gold. If you are looking for a truly one of a kind piece of jewelry and have a design you would like to have handcrafted exclusively for you, send us an email and we'll coordinate putting together a custom piece of fused glass jewelry in any precious metal setting you desire. A great gift for yourself or that special lady in your life. Mothers day is only a few months away, so get your orders in now!
We hope you enjoy our fused glass jewelry as much as we enjoy making it. We are proud to be working hand in hand with Elise and we are sure if you pick up a piece of fused glass jewelry in sterling silver, you will love it too!
Categories: Glass Fusing - Working with Fused Glass