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Miriam Grafer
  • 65, Female
  • Shoreham, New York
  • United States
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Wire Crochet with beads and semi-precious stones - Unique Handcrafted Jewelry

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I design, make and sell unique crocheted wire jewelry. Fun designs and elegant pieces as well. Most are with beads, including glass, pearl, mother of pearl, and semi - precious stones. Unique designs with a modern touch. This is Knot your grandmothers crochet. Please visit http://adailydecision.blogspot.com/ for more items.

I love the glitter of this necklace - "Catch the Sun" was just perfect to name it. Standing in the sun it catches all the shine and glitter the sun can give. It measures 12 inches from clasp to center. This brown and gold mixed colored necklace is made from seed beads and mother-of-pearl at the neck. The wire is non-tarnish gold colored.

I call this necklace "Nights in the Everglades" Having anchored out in the Everglades at night, in the pitch darkness with just a glitter of light from the stars shinning, this is what this necklace reminds me of . It hangs from clasp to center 10 inches with the center hearts at 10 1/2 inches. Non-tarnish silver colored wire is used for this hematite bead necklace at the neck . Where the wire is crocheted, black colored wire is used. Hematite hearts adorn the neck.

"Wampum" is my piece that is somewhat different. There is a 2 inch polished shell with a crochet border of silver colored non-tarnish wire. The necklace itself is 21 inches long and has 3 strands of silver non-tarnish wire and amethyst chips.

"Lovely Lady" is a sentimental piece for me. It reminds me of a very dear friend that I met on our "Great Loop" trip. I don't know why it reminds me of her, but it is elegant without being pretentious. It has a simple feeling to it but a deepness of color which reminds me of her spirit and kindness. The name of her boat was "Lovely Lady", and she was certainly that at all times. this is made of amber colored wire both crocheted and the neckwire. The beads are carnelian beads. The clasp of this piece is on the side not on the back The length including the neck wire is 20 inches.

A close up of the hand crocheted wire, and cocoa brown glass beads. "At the beach -Suntan brown" is what I call this piece. In our travels on our boat we have visited many beaches and this is the color of skin that I find most attractive. The length of this necklace is 10 -11 inches from clasp to center front. Non-tarnish silver colored wire is used for this glass brown bead necklace at the neck . Where the wire is crocheted, brown colored wire is used.


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At 1:06pm on March 5, 2011, Todd Rutledge said…
At 12:38am on July 29, 2010, Joseph William Stasaitis said…

Please take a look. Thanks, Joseph

At 9:17pm on November 25, 2009, Johnny L. Ridley said…
See How a Web Business is born.

At 11:36pm on October 8, 2009, Glenda said…
Hi Miriam,

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At 2:43pm on July 22, 2009, Ronald Herrmann said…
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At 9:19pm on June 9, 2009, Dianna K said…
Hi Miriam,
wanted to stop by and say hello. I hope your doing well. :)
Dianna
At 10:56am on May 25, 2009, Kristy Reisinger said…
Hi Miriam,
How are you and your business doing these days? I'm doing great despite the economy! Wow, I love that purple jewelry that I saw above! I and my daughter love purple. It's a great color.
See you at the top!
Kristy M. Reisinger
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At 1:14pm on May 24, 2009, Tord G. Sand said…
Hi there, lovely to hear from you!

I all fine with you then?

Can we please meet up and connect on Facebook?
My mail is also: tord.sand@gmail.com

Warm regards
Tord

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At 2:40pm on May 13, 2009, dan cheadle said…
I read thru your profile, and you seem like the kind of person I would like to build a bridge with. If you can connect with me, or invite me that would be great. Look forward to sharing with you. I also have some cool things to share with you. I look forward to hearing from you.
dan
At 12:33am on May 7, 2009, Ajit Vahadane said…
Hi! You have beautiful products.What is the price of this necklace here? Do you have any other designs? Do you have pure stones necklaces with you?We get many orders from various customer around the world for such beautiful necklaces of all types including the ladies handbags,Imitation jewelry etc.WE may we can collaborate with each other to help each other in marketing your products even in India or you may be our representative in your country to market our products,Please let us know on admin@indianfinearts.com
 
 
 

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