Unique Wearable Dichroic Glass Jewelry

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

More Beauty - "Beyond Beadz" by Linda Larson

After making the post from "The Del",
I thought I would let you see some additional custom glass jewelry from

"Beyond Beadz"
Unique Wearable Art Glass

This is the work of our friend (and Wekiva Presbyterian Church member) Linda Larson.

Linda is one of the most creative people I know.
These examples of her work are not for sale,
but they show you the wonderful kinds of things she creates.

Linda Larson makes fused dichroic glass jewelry.

She works from her studio in Longwood, Florida.

Linda does all the work, from the design concept to the finished product,

herself, by hand.

Linda cuts and assembles the glass, then fires it in a kiln.

Each piece of glass is carefully selected for quality and reaction during firing.

The firing process is usually repeated several times,

to enhance the strength and durability of the piece.

Linda uses only the finest materials in her work.

Each piece is carefully kiln annealed for strength and durability.

Each piece will last a lifetime.

The quality of the glass when finished is much like opalescent art glass,
or the kind of fire and depth one gets from fine opals.
You have to see it in person to see how it glows as if lit from inside,
like Tiffany art glass lamps or stained glass windows with the light shining through.

Linda has a range of beautiful work available.
She will also design jewelry to your specifications, both regarding shapes and colors.
If you like what you see here...
you would truly enjoy seeing Linda's work in person.

For more information see the Beyond Beadz website at:

The skill and artistry of jewelrs is celebrated in the Bible,
as in this passage from Exodus 39:10-13:

"Then they mounted four rows of precious stones on it.
In the first row there was a ruby, a topaz and a beryl;
in the second row a turquoise, a sapphire and an emerald;
in the third row a jacinth, an agate and an amethyst;
in the fourth row a chrysolite, an onyx and a jasper.
They were mounted in gold filigree settings."
By John A. Dalles
John A. Dalles 10/6/2010 4:52:00 PM

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