Autumn Ball by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Autumn Ball

A gold nugget and glass beads – are you surprised with such a combination? The nobility of antique micro beads and the luxury of gold go together perfectly, neither denying each other nor distracting from each other, but adding new nuances and new perceptions

Alana by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Alana

Alana is a Celtic name, meaning “beautiful”, “harmony” – epithets which pop up in mind when your eye is resting on gentle colors of the stone and Swarovski pearls and exact, but very feminine lines of the details of the necklace

Wind of Change by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Wind of Change

This necklace is singing about spring with its blossoms, cool evenings and fresh wind, which brings renewal to everything and everybody, joy to our hearts and brightness to our souls. Chatoyant top-quality charoite, plenty of Swarovsky crystals and tiny white pearls, antique tiniest pearl beads and unique findings by A.Chernyh make the song of this necklace sound louder, filling the soul with dragging feeling of beauty of life and love, purity and hope…

Entrancing Aroma by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Entrancing Aroma

This necklace is chanting the love of tea: as with a good chai, it gives you sweet peace, which you can feel and enjoy, but which cannot be easily described

Peach Zefir by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Peach Zefir

Elegant airy spirals remind you of savoring a light desert under the nice ocean breeze. Enjoy the pleasurable natural heaviness of pearls around you neck and their shine and beauty

Victoria by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Victoria

Openwork netted necklace – choker for a romantique lady with an amazingly beautiful natural Baltic Amber cabochon

Glory of Forgiveness by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Glory of Forgiveness

“What is it, to give forgiveness and to ask for forgiveness?” Those were my thoughts when I was working on this necklace. I wanted to show in this piece the whole idea of forgiveness, of a man trying to go on the road shown by Christ. It is senseless to ask for forgiveness without the fruit of repentance. We have to think, “what is our guilt in front of this man,” and we have to decide to change that. Then we need to ask for forgiveness not with the thought to just be free from our past, but with new life in new relationships with those people who were offended and humiliated by us earlier.