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Cardinal Birch

Carnelian . Smokey Quartz . Mother of Pearl

All woven into Sterling Silver – Traditional Style

 

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Reversible Rainbow

Red . Orange . Yellow . Green . Blue . Indigo . Violet

Red Carnelian . Orange African Trade Glass . Yellow & Green Freshwater Pearl . (no blue) . Amethyst

Cluster

 

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Vintage Moukaite

Moukaite . Garnet . Swarovski Glass Pearl

One pallet… two styles: Traditional & Cluster

 

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Fashion Show

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Thank you to Renee, Linda, Coleen, Kelly and Jess for modeling Angela Lensch Jewelry for last years Spring Fashion Show! You all looked beautiful.

Sometimes it takes winter to get your side projects done.

 

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Mother of Pearl with a Hint of Plum

Mother of Pearl, Garnet and Pearl woven into 14k Goldfilled wire

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Denim Blues

Iolite, Kyanite and Pearl woven into Sterling Silver

I feel very passionate about the jewelry I am making. It is like painting with gemstones/pearls. Which is perfect for me with my 3D background in sculpture and furniture. I am a hands on builder. When I was creating sculpture and furniture I wanted to incorporate more color into the work but struggled with it because I wanted it to be natural feeling, not just painted with a brush… maybe I could have gotten into stains and patinas more, BUT I have really found that “natural color” in working with gemstones! Everyday I realize how jewelry is such a great fit for my personality and who I am today. Yea!

This necklace is causal and yet stylin’ Great for the blue eyed lady! Also great for any woman who sports denim. Dress up blue jeans and a white button up shirt with this necklace. Would also rock a black outfit. Very versatile!

 

 

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“Rare Chair Affair 2009″

In October of 2009, I was excited to participate in the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition’s fundraiser “Rare Chair Affair 2009” in Milwaukee, WI. I donated a necklace similar to the one below (never took a photo of it) with a matching pair of earrings. I am glad I could contribute to such a worthy cause.

This is such a beautiful necklace. I had had the focal point mussel shell for years, it was beautiful and I loved it when I bought it but it was such a statement that I was having a hard time finding the pearls and gemstones to go with it, let alone style of wire work. So as my work evolved I finally had the right combination and a new woven wire technique that worked perfectly for the mussel shell. And there you have it.

A mix of pink pearls and pink quartz woven into 14k goldfilled wire with pink mussel shell focal point.

 

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