Thursday, November 08, 2007

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This gorgeous necklace by artist Rebecca Bogan of Corrales, New Mexico is made with hand forged and wrapped sterling silver wire, sterling silver chain. It features a faceted AAA+ Amethyst (10mm) , Citrine (10mm), AAA+ Rock Quartz (8mm) and high fired Greek ceramic beads dipped in fine silver. I have added an Oxidized Patinae, hand polished and machine hardened the metal. This necklace measure approximately 19.00 inches in length and can be adjusted down to any shorter length.The closure is a Sterling Silver lobster clasp. Buy now and this one purchase will qualify you for free gifts from
Rebecca Bogan is primarily a self-taught artist who makes her wonderful jewelry in her New Mexico home studio.

"Each one-of-a-kind piece is made from a variety of earthy and rustic materials," she says. "I particularly enjoy working with Silver and Copper, handmade artisan lampwork beads and Gemstones. Each design is unique and handcrafted by me with meticulous attention to detail and construction.

This fabulous bangle (Brangle) bracelet is made with a large handmade lampwork focal bead along with handmade accent lampwork beads, hand coiled Sterling silver with a heavy gauge Sterling silver core, Greek ceramic beads heavily dipped in Fine Silver and Bali silver accents. The lampwork focal is made by the extremely talented Richard Ronsick. The closure is a hinged handmade hook and is very easy to get on and off. This bracelet will fit a 6.5 inch wrist with room to spare and wears very comfortably. Buy now and receive free gifts from


hunsaker13 said...

I have several pieces of Rebecca Bogan's jewelry (actually, I prefer a better description to be "art"). She is a brilliant artist and her work is exquisite! The intricacy and precision of her pieces is remarkable. The beads and stones she chooses are gorgeous. I look forward to seeing what Rebecca continues to create and I know I will enjoy my future purchases as much as I have my first. Regards, Lucy said...


Thanks for writing in. Lucky you that you have some of Rebecca's work already. We feel fortunate to represent her on our site.

My best regards,

Ruth Mitchell