• Copper Patina Agean blue Coral Vintage look jewelry Andrea Serrahn SerrahnaCopper Patina Agean blue Coral Vintage look jewelry Andrea Serrahn Serrahna

    Earth, sea and sky come together in a collection of jewelry certain to bring out your deep rooted connections to Mother Earth. Embossed copper and verdigris patina, dyed deep blue coral reminiscent of the Aegean Sea, melon cut glass trade beads and hand-painted enamel beads contribute to a stunning combination of textures and colors.

    1. Articulated hinged verdigris oval dangle earrings. 1″ x 1.25″ with a 1.5″ drop.
    2. Moroccan Alhambra motif copper and verdigris dangle earrings. Drop length is 2.5″, main part of earring is 1.75″ x 1″.
    3. Blue dyed coral with glass trade beads and a monstera abstract leaf pattern. The chunky copper chain is 30″ total length and has a bead finial; the main bead section is just under 10″. The hanging pendant is 4.5″ long.
    4. Copper melon and blue coral necklace has a textured circular double link copper chain and a ribbed melon bead decorated with a blue crystal. The chain is 25″ long, and the pendant is 3″. Finished with a teal tassel.
    5. Quatrefoil shape verdigris earrings are simple and elegant with a 2″ drop.
    6. Impressive pieces of blue coral are interspersed with vintage Japanese hand-painted metal beads. Sea-colored trade glass and carnelian complete the look. The textured oval links chain is 19″ in length; entire necklace is 31.5″.
    7. Embossed metal disks have a big impact despite their light weight. These turquoise and copper colored earrings are 3.75″ in length.
  • Pomegranate cuff earring necklace dirty pearls gold Andrea Serrahn Serrahna

    It’s a juicy winter fruit, gold gilded 3-D bronze dripping with juicy red ‘pomegarnet’ seeds. A lovely way to fantasize about this luscious fruit is to have it hanging around your neck, from your ears, or wrapped around your wrist. Notice the spider and the beetle on the cuffs. Beautiful vintage dirty pearls, hand knotted and hence flexible. A trio of these lovelies would fill your fruit basket this season.