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Amber Bryce, the creative being behind Blue Scarab Jewelry, is known for combining Gemstones in the dreamiest color pallettes with her intricate wire work to create the most romantic, ethereal jewelry. She uses recycled Sterling & Fine Silver in her designs and meticulously hand picks the finest Ethical Origin & Conflict Free Gemstones on the Earth. Mother nature and architecture are her biggest inspirations. She lives and breathes her jewelry creations, literally dreaming up new designs in
I work in Sterling and Fine silver, marrying the metals with precious & semi precious Gemstones in unique designs with organic and bohemian feel. You can always find a collection of simple, everyday pieces as well as romanticly intricate pieces to treasure in my shop. Labradorite, Moonstone, Rutilated Quartz, and Sapphires are among my favorite stones, though I love and appreciate each one the same.
Luxe Bohemian Collection
Fine Sterling Silver designs dripping in layers of ultra riche, top quality Gemstones. Romantic in Feeling and Luxurious in Looks, this Bohemian collection steps out of the ordinary and into extra-ordinary. Luxe pieces feature an Ornate focal that has been artistically coiled, oxidized, polished and adorned with the finest Gemstones on Earth to create a one of a kind look for a one of a kind Goddess. Accept nothing less…
Prices start at $32 and vary upon each piece. Custom orders accepted.
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Self taught artist, thriving on learning new techniques while mastering old ones.
Artbeads.com 2008 beading contest, 1st place
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