Shiny objects off to Cambridge

Those earrings you loved so much at the Harvard Museum of Natural History gift shop now have necklaces to match. 

Plum, goldenrod and first frost

Plum, goldenrod and first frost

Hydrangea and parisian blue

Hydrangea and parisian blue

Teal and poppy

Teal and poppy

Soldered and cleaned to a satin finish. 

Soldered and cleaned to a satin finish. 

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Handmade clasps. 

Handmade clasps. 

60 feet of chain cut by hand. 

60 feet of chain cut by hand. 

Goldenrod and first frost, newest combination currently available only at The Museum Shop. 

Goldenrod and first frost, newest combination currently available only at The Museum Shop. 

Plum and first frost, and old favorite.  

Plum and first frost, and old favorite.  

Teal and poppy, packed up and ready to go. 

Teal and poppy, packed up and ready to go. 

Hydrangea and Parisian blue, summery hues.  

Hydrangea and Parisian blue, summery hues.  

Thanks, Harvard, for taking care of my jewelry and thank you visitors for buying handmade.  

xo, 

kim

Visiting the Harvard Museum of Natural History [part two]

After we visited the glass flowers, I ooohed and aaahed over the bugs and butterflies.  

 

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Nature sure knows how to sparkle. 

xo, Kim  

Visiting The Harvard Museum of Natural History [part one]

As I had mentioned in my last post, The Harvard Museum of Natural History is now carrying a collection of my earrings. Because I love the museum so very much I delivered this order so I could visit my beloved glass flowers which feel like old friends. Those flowers have influenced me long before I held a jewelers saw. 

Here are just a few of my favorite flowers from the exhibit...

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I think chicory is my favorite. Which is yours?

xo, Kim  

New stockist!

I am wildly excited to announce my earrings will be available at The Harvard Museum of Natural History.  

A dirty thumbs up to making piles of silver dust. 

A dirty thumbs up to making piles of silver dust. 

Always studying colors.  

Always studying colors.  

A handful of spring.  

A handful of spring.  

Soldering progress.  

Soldering progress.  

It's a wrap! 

It's a wrap! 

One of the lovely glass flowers seen on my visit.  

One of the lovely glass flowers seen on my visit.  

I am honored to be in the same building as the glass flowers shown above. These flowers have influenced me since I first saw them fifteen years ago. I can not think of a more perfect place for my enamel work nor could I have imagined my work could possibly end up here. I am grateful and excited and don't know what could really top this. 

xo, Kim