Handmade Jewelry by Notable Exceptions
Judy is wire wrapping one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces to whittle down her massive collection of rocks and minerals that she inherited from her grandfather. However, she adds to her collection faster than she can sell them off!
Jennifer enjoys puzzles. Chainmail (or chainmaille) is her new favorite thing to do. It involves creativity and designing her own puzzles!
All of the rings are aluminum, and are either anodized colors or polished. The stretchy bracelets are also made with EDPM (rubber) rings.
A carved wooden medallion hangs from a simple copper bale. I held on to this beautiful piece for a long time, wondering how it might be used. It's so beautiful, I think it is best shown with your favorite chain. Sometimes, less is best. Medallion is 2.25" round; finished pendant is 3.25" tall.
Who knew that chainmail could be stretchy? If half of the rings are rubber, and half are lightweight anodized aluminum, this makes an extremely fun and colorful addition to your everyday wear.
I can size these for your wrist. Rainbow uses six colors, so not all sizes will create a complete pattern. Please contact us for size and color requests.
Goldstone is not actually a natural stone, but a manmade material of silica, copper oxide, and various melted materials. It takes a dye very well, and Judy's favorite is actually Blue Goldstone. This is the "natural" version that she has wrapped in a 5-strand gold wire braid with shiny beads. 2.5" x 1.5"
Aluminum rings are so lightweight, you'll forget you are wearing jewelry at all. Easily attach with one hand, using hook and ring or toggle closures. This bracelet weighs about 1 oz.!
Jennifer can make any of these bracelets in your size. Just send us a message to request your size if it is not available on the site right now. You may also request specific colors. Please contact us to find out which colors are available.
The stones for wire wrapping are all unique. Some come from Grandpa's shop, and others are collected from Notable Adventures. These treasures have already found new homes. What can Judy wrap up for you?