Femme Fatale Necklace
A chic French inspired necklace with hand drawn enamel illustration of a femme fatale, Multi strand bead necklace, a patina metal bow, feathers and French calligraphy beads.
Please read all info below. You will find details about materials used, size and weight and other useful information. If you have additional questions or you want to know more about my art, ask here.
This is a very special and playful necklace constructed around a hand drawn enamel illustration of a femme fatale by Emilie from 2moiselles. I bought is as a pair with another face of the same woman - Mutine (translated Mischivous)- see necklace here. I was so inspired by these 2 and I created these pieces in the same style: multi strand lampwork glass beads, hardly two alike, black metal stampings with red patina, rhinestones, French calligraphy acrylic beads and antique copper hardware.
The red sequins, tiny pearl beads and feathers pick up a little playfulness I see in this image. The drawing sits on a polymer clay background painted with metallic rich burgundy and gold. It is all stitched on black leather with gold speckles. I used the same leather for the backing. A gorgeous and truly unique piece!
|Size / Weight
The front measures 6 5/8″ (170mm) including the drops and a maximum 2 3/8″ (60mm) where the illustration is. It hangs on three rows of various glass beads approximately 17"(440mm) in length and it's about 2 5/8"(66mm) adjustable.
I do my best to provide the most accurate information, both with the images presented and the descriptions.
I do not know the exact chemical composition of my supplies and I do not take responsibility for any allergies or bad reactions on skin. I will however answer honestly and to the best of my knowledge any questions or concerns you might have, so please ask before purchasing. If I write "non-toxic" or "lead-free" is because the supplier mentioned it in their description. I do not take responsibility for their information.
The info about healing properties of gemstones is briefly researched and it is provided for entertainment purposes only. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice.
Read more in Terms& Conditions and Disclaimer at the bottom of the page.
|Care & Maintenance
Do not let perfume or cosmetics come in direct contact with the beads and components. While I choose my material carefully and I try to provide the best quality, if not properly taken care of, all beads will change or lose colour or shine in time if exposed to chemicals.
Handle the fragile components with care especially the clasp area. Be gentle! Because I use lots of fragile components made of clay or porcelain, I advise to keep the jewellery in their own boxes out of harm's way. I do consider repairs, but subject to certain conditions.
See more in Terms& Conditions and Product Care at the bottom of the page.