Friday, March 1, 2013

Friday Favorite--Eried Handmade Jewelry

Wow!  It's Friday already!  Where did the week go? 

So, of course, since it's Friday, it's time for another favorite etsy shop.  I have my friend Marian to thank for this week's favorite.  She discovered Eried last week and sent me the link.  I'm so glad that she did, and I'm sure you will understand why. 

Eri is from Athens, Greece.  She is an architect professionally, and has come to the jewelry-making business in recent years.  Her work is stunning.  You can see her architectural training in her elegant design style.  She makes the most beautiful, delicate beads from polymer clay, and combines those with lovely precious stones and silver.  Her jewelry pieces are wonderful little sculptures you can wear.  I am so excited to share her work with you here today!

In Eri's words, "Flowers are born out of stone."

modern romantic flower necklace - minimal avant garde jewellry - nO.196 ''calla lilies between amethyst''
 
contemporary geometrical polymer clay necklace nO. 218 ''two lonely dots between black onyx''
two lonely dots between black onyx

minimal chic necklace 'nO 27 red flower petals between white corals''
red flower petals between white coral

nO. 175 'water lilies around your neck' necklace
water lilies around your neck

nO. 176 ' tulips around your neck' necklace
tulips around your neck
 
Don't you agree that Eri's work is amazingly beautiful?  So simple, so elegant, so lovely!  Please go check out her shop, Eried.
 
Happy Friday!
Lisa

 

8 comments:

  1. I agree, Eri's work is beautiful! Thanks for sharing this artist with us!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Trina. I hope you will add Eric to your favorites!

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  2. I'm thrilled you featured my new friend Eri's work. I'm excited to get my first order! Thanks for sharing her shop, Lisa!

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    1. Thank you for showing me her work. I'm always on the lookout for great artists!

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  3. Thank you both so much for all your kind words! It's so nice to meet you! :)

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    1. I'm thrilled to have you featured on my blog. Your work,is lovely and I wish you much success!

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  4. Wow - this stuff is beautiful!! It's more than jewelry, it's art!

    And you know I'm a sucker for jewelry!!

    Hilary

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    1. I knew you would like this jewelry. It is so lovely and modern.

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