Tuesday, August 30, 2011

This Old Man Bracelet by Jean A. Wells

The focal of this bracelet is a little old man that I formed from stoneware clay.  Jean used it in this bracelet in a wonderful way. 

There are also two polymer woodgrain looking beads, a round and a rondelle, by etsian EarthTonesOnline, a blue turquoise magnesite round, two white magnesite rondelles, a pumpkin white magnesite bead, two peach magnesite rounds, two green magnesite barrels, a nut bead rondelle, a black and white marbled polymer bead with a touch of turquoise that Jean made, a faceted bronze Czech glass rondelle beads, a Copper seed bead, a Brass snake charm, Goldstone, agate,  and jasper dangles.  The clasp is Copper and Jean's handmade copper jump rings are oxidized and polished.  This bracelet is professionally finished with copper wire guardians and crimp covers.  It measures: 7-3/8" to 8-1/2". Of course, if you need a different length, Jean will change that for you. Here's a link so you can look at more pictures.  http://www.etsy.com/listing/76760252/this-old-man-stoneware-polymer


  1. I like such kind of bracelets made with beads it give them a fresh look and flowery too.
    Man Bracelet

  2. Love the name of your Old Man Bracelet. It is such a great collection of treasures, just like an old man is! I too love to combine polymer beads with other stone, metal and glass beads. They play off of each other really well, and make for some really unique designs. Great piece!