I love the exotic look of this Peruvian Opal Necklace above by Epicetera. In addition to the Peruvian opal triangles, it has lots of copper and little turquoise accent beads. And the price is a steal. By the way, Epicetera, I love the banner in your ArtFire shop!
These unusual earrings above look like they have gemstones, but they're actually Czech Picasso glass beads. They are called Swinger Earrings, and you can find them in Catherine's shop of Shadow Dog Designs. I hope Catherine's East coast studio has ridden out the recent storm ok.
The above necklace is called Rain On My Window, and it features a rather large copper focal piece with a wonderful turquoise colored patina. The turquoise beads appear to perfectly match the patina on the pendant. This necklace is from the ladies at Faye Lyn Adornments, who are neither Faye nor Lyn. I'm wondering about that patina, and whether or not they used the used kitty litter method (lol!).
I like the necklace above because of it's simplicity and it's soft colors. It is called Jasper Bead Necklace, and you can find it in the Strega Jewellry shop along with a matching pair of earrings. The artist says jasper is protective, and you will feel warm, safe, and secure when you wear this necklace. The nice warm colors certainly convey that.
Here are some Domed Copper Earrings with hematite beads by the artists at Gaelic Forge. These earrings have a gorgeous patina. I think patinas must be one of their specialties.
These Copper Heart Earrings, above, are made from copper clay, and can be found in my shop, Shanghai Tai. Another thing that's interesting about these earrings is that even though the ear wires look copper, they are actually annodized niobium. Niobium is a relative of titanium, and is actually extremely hypoallergenic.
This is just a small sample of all the handmade copper jewelry that is available by the members of the JCUIN (Jewelry Creators Unite in Numbers) guild on ArtFire. I hope you enjoyed it.