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But I guess that’s a good thing!  Many thanks to HeyMichelle of Etsy for including my Corsico Ring in this terrific article about colorful metalwork.  Be sure to check out the amazing work of the other featured artists!  The full story is here:

http://www.etsy.com/storque/spotlight/etsy-finds-color-me-beautiful-2761/

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Corsico Rings in progress, originally uploaded by antigenre.

Yep, I’m back on the assembly line! I’ve been wanting to get some items back into my shop and also have some extras to send along with my consignment order. These rings are going to be given a blue-green patina, but I’ve discovered that the patina I’m using can be really hit-and-miss sometimes. It’s always interesting to see how it turns out.

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Corsico Set, originally uploaded by antigenre.

Since summer is now upon us, I thought I should brighten up my jewelry collection with a bit of color. I’ve just recently started playing around with patinas on my brass and copper pieces, and I am loving the results! It is an interesting process and seems to require a bit of patience with letting each layer dry so the color can come out.

The Corsico ring and earrings are among my first offerings – now available at AntiGenre on Etsy –  and I have plenty more ideas to start work on.

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