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Category Archives: Metal Complex
Here is a closer look at a necklace that went down the catwalk during the “Goddesses and Gladiators” runway show in the United Kingdom. The necklace was designed by Fernando DaSilva exclusively for the Craft & Hobby Stitch International Show.
Designed by Fernando Dasilva Materials Metal Complex Bezel – Handmade Pendant Square Antique Brass 8 icy bead pebble metallic gold – 278 00486-06s8 8 large bronze jump rings – 22 801 261 Gilder’s paste – Fundrey Bronze – 888 18840-09 … Continue reading
We have another new tool for leather crafting enthusiasts. Our “Stitching & Lacing Pony” is a traditional tool allowing you to secure your project in place so you can use both hands to focus on lacing and sewing. You will … Continue reading
Here is a closer look at another set of jewelry that went down the catwalk during the “Goddesses and Gladiators” runway show in the United Kingdom. Greek goddesses by Metal Complex. British models wearing leather and crystal Swarovski accents designed by Fernando … Continue reading
This pretty Parisian themed necklace was photographed when we launched our handmade bezel collection. The necklace featured the copper lipped bezel. It is also available in brass, antique brass and antique copper. The shapes include oval, circle, rectangle and the … Continue reading