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Shiny Shiny Shiny

Posted in Uncategorized by Simon Bisson on February 28, 2007

While I’m recommending neat stuff, our favourite glass jewellery designer has just updated his web site.

We met Kevin on his stall outside the Ferry Building in San Francisco, and go back to see him regularly. He makes beautiful pieces of lampwork glass, using coloured Murano glass, and has designed his own silver clasps. Each time we meet him he has something new, and often they’re quite unusual and beautiful.

I took some photographs of some of his work a while back.



I regularly wear a couple of his pendants – they’re beautiful work, and the red goes really well with the deep green of New Zealand jade. I also have a couple of bead earrings for special occasions. has a selection of necklaces, earrings and bracelets.

He’ll do custom work and can send it to most places. Contact details are on his web site.

I hope the person who has the black pendant I lost in Seattle a couple of years ago has taken good care of it

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  1. andrewducker said,

    Shiny though those pictures are, they’re making my friends page awfully wide…

  2. sbisson said,

    I suspect something borked in your browser (or in your style), as each image is a seperate HTML element, so should flow inside LiveJournal’s entry DIV happily…

    Certainly that’s what’s happening here…

    I’ll switch them over to two per line to be sure.

  3. andrewducker said,

    That’s fixed it.

    I’m going to blame IE6 :->


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