Bracelet Update: MS recreates “Neptune’s World”

You may recall the outrageously beautiful collection by MS… her “Neptune’s World” bracelet in particular has elicited great admiration by the readers of this blog.  We posted photos of it when she first designed it…

It felt like a warm day in the Caribbean, or perhaps sailing around the Greek Islands…

However, always striving for perfection, MS has made some changes that dramatically alter the aesthetic of the composition.  She decided that she wanted to express a greater range of the mood of the ocean, not just a tropical paradise… so she has added more deep and soulful blues to the palette.  She has kept the same, beautiful blue, “Mexico lock”, and a number of the original silvers appear including “Pisces”, “Ocean”, “Treasures”, “Mermaid”, and “Happy Fish”.  There’s now a “Cancer” tucked into the design… she prefers this bead to express the crustaceans, rather than the traditional “Crab”.  The brilliant, emerald green that was hinted at by the “Caribbean” beads, is now more fully expressed with the addition of “Green Stripe” and several “Silver Trace, Green-Turquoise”.  The light that plays through these beads, and their cousins the “Silver Trace Blue-Cerise” is simply exquisite.  The light reflects off the silver core at the heart of each bead and makes them appear to be lit from within.

Another tour de force design by MS…


One thought on “Bracelet Update: MS recreates “Neptune’s World”

  1. thank you, Cathy, for the beautiful and skilful photography of my “neptune’s world” bracelet. i enjoy your artwork just as much as i do the actual bracelet. the colours are so true to life, it is amazing. and your poetic description says everything i want to express with my creation.


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