Fairy Tale by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Fairy Tale of a Starry Sky

Sparkly light double-sided bracelet with rigid and fragile geometrical elements in noble colors. Rich dark blue and gold hues remind you of a night sky with scattering of stars

Amphitrita's Treasure by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Amphitrita’s Treasure

In ancient Greek mythology, Amphitrita was a sea-goddess. This thin, very light and sparkly bracelet with beautiful noble beads and shiny pearls would be worthy of Amphitrita’s treasure chest

Summer Orchid Tie by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Summer Orchid Tie

My memories about Thailand found reflection in this tie. The exotic beauty of an Asian country, the colorful wildness of Thailand’s nature, blooming orchids at every step – this necklace adds sparkle and vivid energy to our everyday life. Tiny antique Italian seed beads and a very thin gold coil allowed me to create many delicate details in this piece

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

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

Stone Flower by Tatiana Fitzpatrick

Stone Flower

This necklace was made by motif of P.Bajov’s fairy-tale “The Stone Flower.” I wanted to express the attraction and intangibility of the mythical stone flower, whose living beauty was impossible for Danila, the rock-carving master, to make out of malachite. In my necklace you can see the Malachite flower, turning into the difficult to catch butterfly.