The very first store to sell my jewelry designs is no longer around. It hasn't been for years now. Licorice in Long Island City, Queens, was a cute little shop run by Heather, a part time art teacher. I was reminded of her and of Licorice yesterday morning. As I was getting dressed, I dug through a jewelry box full of pieces I'd made that I haven't worn in years. The one I choose to put on was a long asymmetrical beaded necklace - similar the first necklaces I'd made which Heather sold in her shop years ago. I felt inspired to return to the asymmetrical necklace design again:
These are now in the sulu-design etsy shop (click on the photos above to take you there). There are still a few chain necklaces left in the shop, and I put a bunch earrings on sale, too.