The bead is Margo's focal fascination, as she has been collecting, sorting, and re-sorting them since her childhood. Grandma's black jet beads, summer camp seed beads, pearls from high school, and African trade beads, too. Learning how to make glass beads with her torch has been her latest passion, and using pure silver in clay form to fire charm-like pieces in the kiln-so watch for new designs!
Margo has made marbled silk clothing, eye pillows with Lavender, and knitted scarves when struck by the urge, usually in the winter months. Combining these elements she can alchemize some pretty unusual, one-of-a-kind collectibles.
Feel free to email margo to ask questions about custom handmade orders.
White and pink pearls, rhodochrosite, and Swavorski crystal lariat.
This necklace is aventurine beads with small natural pearls and an Paua shell flower surrounded by silver with a BIWI pearl and blue topaz hanging below the flower.