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  • Wire necklaces
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    Original URL path: http://www.bjmackinnon.co.uk/Resources/Wire%20frame%20.html (2016-05-01)
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  • CNC machine cut pattern page
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  • Galleries + cont
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  • Links + cont
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  • How to order
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  • Necklace page
    yet very elegant and is very versatile Parian is a very white clay which contrasts well with the platinum lustre banding E10a 18 00 Parian spheres with tube to match above N136 65 00 We cut this square extrusion on the diagonal giving these beads a real dynamic shape which is enhanced here with black glaze highlighted with platinum lustre E137 18 00 N142 62 00 Here we have another cone necklace design here using the same two glazes with a tiny sphere spacer the effect is much more restrained than the design N126 Here we have cognac glazed ends but we have also done it with a beautiful pink glaze on the ends of the beads E88 14 00 Tiny porcelain sphere earrings to match N138 78 00 These matt black clay sphere beads have been decorated with a matte glaze which we then put platinum lustre onto so making a very subtle but elegant necklace We also do a fine tubes only variation click the photo to see an image of both pieces These are a very different departure for us compared to our beaded necklaces Each is a one off design hollow pillow made from either black

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  • Earrings home
    we have used opaque white glaze to decorate with which we then highlighted in platinum lustre Click on the image to see more sizes of black alumina earrings This half round shaped earring here in porcelain and terracotta is very attractive being decorated on both sides they always look good There are lots of colour combination for the two colour ones and various designs in platinum add an extra bit of interest E115 The combination of half rounds and tubes are reminiscent of Egypt so we call these our Egyptian earrings With beautiful glaze colours and lustre decoration they look very elegant Silver hangings and hooks E62 These heart earrings are about 12mm wide and 5mm thick and come in this great range of colours The tiny glass beads top and bottom come in various colours E74b These earrings may look heavy they are actually hollow made from porcelain they start life as a long hollow square extrusion Click on the image to see more variety of shapes E118 This selection shows the colour variations possible with the alumina earrings from crazy spots to subtle turquoises you choose We make tubes in various sizes 5mm and 6mm diameters and various

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  • History
    Chimes Then in 1991 they bought a stone ruin which they renovated and at the same time built their current workshop What lead to our joint involvement in ceramic jewellery I can t exactly say No doubt it was an amalgam of things visits to the Bead Shop Covent Garden a fascination with small natural forms shells beetles crystals and an interest in the small precise products of the electro porcelain industry It was as a result of playfully decorating a few small alumina tubes that produced our first beads and hence necklaces emerged Since then we have evolved a variety of ways of making ceramic shapes suitable for necklaces earrings brooches bracelets buttons and other similar objects They mostly start out as extrusions which we then turn into various shapes We also make slip cast clocks and have recently started exploring CNC to decorate beads clocks or small boxes But at the moment this is just in the development stage Look at the page CNC machine cut patterns for more info What characterises our work is attention to detail quality of materials and finish We do not work in a particular style and as well as our own ideas

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