Monday, February 16, 2009

Always Wired Bead Lady


It's only natural for me to be atttacted to the work and art of the Always Wired Bead Lady. Joella combines all of my favorite materials in glorious combinations of color, texture and shape. She creates wonderful hand made chain maille bracelets like this copper byzantine chain and Kambaba Jasper and offers it in a variety of other stones and crystals too.










The Romanov is a popular chain maille weave sporting swarovski crystals in the center of copper byzantine chain which has been oxidized to give it an antique look.

Comprised entirely of sparkling sterling the hand cut rings and lazer cut beads in this dazzler will brighten any outfit.





Never settle for costume jewelry when you are searching for accessories to go with your carefully chosen outfit, stop by and select a piece of hand made art to wear.

You can find the Always Wired Bead Lady at Etsy and stop by her blog Always Wired Bead Lady to see the new pieces she is working on too.

8 comments:

Perfectly Twisted said...

This is outstanding Lois and a wonderful tribute to Joella and her amazing jewelry. Just lovely work and wonderful writing. :)
Hugs, Susan.

Studio618 said...

Thank you for sharing the work of this wonderful artist.

ChezChani said...

Ooooh that Romanov is yummy!!!! I hadn't seen that one before. I love all Joella's work!!

Barbara said...

Wow.

That's just... wow.

I really like that Romanov. That's _nice_.

Although, diving in to her Etsy store, the Red and Black Byzantine is mighty awesome, too. (And I have enough Star Wars geek friends who love the whole red/black colorscheme....)
*heh*

Thank you!!!

TeriB said...

Well, I admire her wire work and yours! Both of you have exquisite designs and great pieces! Teri
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Annette Piper said...

I adore that silver chainmaille bracelet - gorgeous!

Jane Of Handmade Jewelry Club said...

Wonderful work! Thanks for the sharing. I would like to feature her work in my blog if she allows!

jane of www.handmade-jewelry-club.com

A Beaded Affair said...

Thanks Jane. Why don't your email her and ask. I'm sure she would be honored.
Lois