Thursday, August 6, 2009

.~Kathi Roussell.~

Kathi Roussell - artist behind Kathi Roussel handmade jewelry - donated this gorgeous coral cherry earrings. Just listen to the description:
"These juicy looking natural (not dyed), warm, rosy salmon coral "cherries" are contrasted with hand forged oxidized sterling silver stem, leaf and ear wires. the earrings gently swing and swish -- for a bit of urban drama.please note-- the coloration of the coral varies. i am down to the last few pairs of matching coral beads-- these are definitely lighter than the ones pictured. more of a medium to light salmon orange color."

Kathi had the great honor of being a featured seller on Etsy, please take a look: http://www.etsy.com/featured_seller.php?featured_user_id=6162949

Also take a minute to visit Kathi's blog: http://kathiroussel.blogspot.com/

Thank-you so much for donating to our Heart @ Work Auction Kathi!

1 comment:

Sylvia said...

I didn't get the cherry earrings at the Heart@Work Auction like I wanted my my niece did and she is so excited. They are really quite lovely. The Auction was such a success because of generous artists like yourself.
My niece who won your earrings lost her husband to Cancer so I am very grateful for your donation.

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