8 thoughts on “Rings

  1. Thank you so much Maral, I appreciate you taking the time to write such kind words. I think I’d call my style either “eclectic” or “mood driven”. Sometimes I want fussy and others – simplicity. Medieval/Victorian is part of my fussy stuff and the industrial is the simplicity. Then there’s the botanical/floral/plant driven stuff. I used to think that I didn’t have a style but, I found out later that I was wrong – I just have a few styles. I think many other artists do the same – either that or my schizophrenia is at work! Thanks again. Oh, would you like to put a link to your very cool jewelry site on mine? I have an area called my Subscriber’s page on my site. All I need is one favorite image, a brief bio and your links. Let me know and check out the page here: https://nancylthamilton.com/about/my-subscribers-page/. IS that you on the front of your webpage? Soooo cute! Later gator, Nancy

  2. You really do beautiful work, Nancy. I *LOVE* your enameled leaf pieces – and your chunky prong-set rings!! Organic + looser, medieval/industrial.. so lovely. And haven’t even seen the rest!
    Thanks so much for all you do!

  3. me encanta su trabajo, bellisimo, me gustaria aprender a traves de sus tutoriales como realizar esos anillos tan hermosos, sobre todo engastes de unas, gracias!!!!!!

  4. I am in love with your style…. is your work for sale and where would I find it. You make me laugh, and that is a good thing… i find alot of you in me… :), fondly, sister in art..Patti

  5. Nancy,

    Your jewelry is inspirational. Just one detail is enough to get my creative engines humming. Thank you for your excellent tutorials, too. They are quite helpful for this serious beginner. And I love that you are so charmingly down-to-earth. Makes me think there is hope for the likes of me.

    May you have a scintillating new year,


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