Monday, August 29, 2022

Bacteria necklace for women Microbiology gift for her Science jewelry

Next addition to my Science jewelry collection! This one is for all Bacteriology and Medical Microbiology fans out there! Made of fused glass and a bit of sterling silver. It is inspired by Coliform bacteria teal blue colonies on chromogenic agar Petri dish.

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Monday, July 18, 2022

Rock Crystal Clear Quartz chandelier earrings in oxidized sterling silver

Something simple yet pretty Rock Crystal Clear Quartz chandelier earrings in oxidized sterling silver. I've made these earrings several years ago but forgot all about them and only recently found them in my treasure chest for finished pieces that I haven't photographed yet :) 

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Candida Yeast Fungus necklace for women Microbiology jewelry

Next addition to my Science jewelry collection! This one is for all Mycology and Medical Microbiology fans out there! Made of fused glass and a bit of sterling silver. It is inspired by Yeast Fungus pink colonies on chromogenic agar Petri dish.

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Monday, May 30, 2022

Blue green algae necklace for women Microbiology jewelry Cyanobacteria

Next addition to my Science jewelry collection! This one is for all Marine Biology fans out there! Made of fused glass and a bit of sterling silver. It is inspired by the blue-green colored filaments from which these organisms derive their popular name (Cyanobacteria or Blue green algae) 🥰 

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Thursday, May 19, 2022

Bacteria necklace for women Gram stain Microbiology jewelry

Another addition to my Science jewelry collection! This one is for all Microbiology fans out there! Made of fused glass and a bit of sterling silver. It is inspired by the different types of Gram stained bacteria visualized under the microscope 🥰

  
 

Thursday, April 7, 2022

Sakura Cherry blossoms necklace for women Nature jewelry

Spring is finally here, and with it comes Cherry blossom, or Sakura.

In 1998, 63 sakura trees were planted in Stockholm’s King’s Garden — or Kungsträdgården — and a new Swedish tradition was born. Thousands of visitors come every year to see the blossoms fall. But it’s not the only place in the archipelagic city basking in cherry blossom. More than 10,000 trees have been planted along the streets of the city, and as I lived there for almost 20 years it was my most favorite time of the year walking along the streets of Stockholm. Those memories gave inspiration to the latest addition to my fused glass jewelry collection - Sakura Cherry blossoms necklace 🥰

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Monday, March 21, 2022

Legionella bacteria necklace for women Microbiology gift for her Science jewelry

Here is next addition to my Science jewelry collection! Legionella bacteria necklace for women, inspired by Legionella pneumophila bacteria colonies on BCYE (Buffered charcoal yeast extract) agar Petri dish. Scroll down to the last pic to see the actual plate pic that gave me the inspiration 🥰

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Wednesday, March 9, 2022

Molecular biology gift for her Bacteria necklace for women Bacterial cloning Transformation

Another addition to my Science jewelry collection! This one is for all molecular biology fans out there 🧬made of fused glass (by me obviously 🙄) and a bit of sterling silver. It is inspired by so called Blue-white screening, bacterial cloning in E. coli. Scroll down to the last pic to see the actual plate pic that gave me the inspiration 🥰

 

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Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Cyanobacteria necklace for women Microbiology jewelry Blue green algae

Introducing new additions to my Science jewelry collection! This time made of fused glass (by me obviously 🙄) and a bit of sterling silver. The first one is inspired by Cyanobacteria filaments (Blue green algae). Back in 2010 I've already made a sterling silver/green Agate gems necklace inspired by Cyanobacteria (what can I say I love how they look under the microscope 🥰) but this time it is made of glass, my new passion! 

 
 
 

Monday, December 27, 2021

Fused glass Christmas Tree tealight holder

I tried out glass fusing for the first time 2 years ago but I haven't taken a chance to explore it any further. So for the past couple of months I've been playing with glass... a lot! 🥰 For the moment I'm figuring out the basics of fusing glass on my own with books and websites. I'd like to take a class at some point, but for now I think there's enough info out there to pick up the basics.

So here is one of my first fused glass creation, Christmas tree decorated *Russian style* meaning with lots and lots of colorful ornaments 😁 Most of the ornaments are made of dichroic glass cabochons (different test pieces made by me as well) and the tree is attached to a tealight holder so a little tealight can be lit behind it.


 
 

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