Telavara Lady Bug Couture Cuff


This beauty is low profile, but sweet impact when worn.   What fun!


Starting with a Talavera pottery beetle-bug mounted on a silvery pewter toned shaped metal cuff.  Add some Austrian glass drops of amber, and cobalt; ox bone link from a broken belt, then added some vintage jewelry parts, and a marble.  I love the leopard print bead dangle!





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Something to notice:  I use tiny glass beads to make a caviar paste to hide any glue, unsightly findings, and in general enhance and strengthen the piece -  it is something that takes extra time, and materials, but is the difference between looking ordinary or beautiful…


Also, Telavara is a type of pottery that is unique to Mexico... the process brought from Spain, but the style of graphics and glazing colors is Mexican.


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