Polymer clay is one of the most versatile, modern materials for jewellery making. If you know how to treat the stuff, you can shape literally anything, from small sculptures to light switch plates and of course jewellery. The basic techniques are relatively easy to master and you can always step up and create more elaborate designs.
Check out polymer clay jewellery at our shop!
Here I started to experiment with colour blending, textures and mica powders to create a selection of brightly coloured earrings. They are intended to set a stark contrast to our usual, natural colour palette - mostly represented by our horn jewellery.
But sometimes you need something shrill to make a point, right?
|Search & Find|
|Art crossover a la Fox|
Avanova Design - excellent horn jewellery, lovely hand made bags and other fashion accessories that suit our - and hopefully your - taste.
|The colour Brown|
Brown is down-home, persistent and solid, but also warm and cuddly. We often associate brown with tasty, aromatic coffee, freshly baked bread or sweet, sweet chocolate.
|Pictures in the forest|
I love a relaxing forest walk - and since we run our little jewellery business, I always bring a few pieces along and (at least) one camera.
|Horn rings for men and women|
Smooth, classy rings - natural horn in different ring sizes and various horn colours.
|7 thin horn bangles in a set|
Here we have seven thin bangles, hand made from natural horn in a set. Available in light or dark colour.
|Teardrop shaped horn earrings|
Natural horn is strong, resilient and feather-light. With its interesting, naturally grown grain, horn is a great resource for creating lovely horn jewellery.