Fused Glass Earrings for Sale

Dichroic glass earrings with sterling findings. Pemento red background, yellow dichroic in the middle and a teal green in the front. Red, gold and green rasta colors.

Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 3\/8" wide (widest point)

Mint Green, with teal highlights dichroic glass earrings with sterling findings.

Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 3/8" wide (widest point on bead)

Dichroic glass earrings with sterling findings. Dark rose brown back with gold dicroic front.

Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 1/2" wide (widest point)

Yellow with large and small layered dichroic glass dots earrings with sterling findings.

Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 3/8" wide (widest point on bead

Dichroic glass earrings with sterling findings. Gold leaves in dichroic over an indigo dichroic background, the glass in back is rootbeer colored.

Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 1\/2" wide (widest point)

Dichroic glass earrings with sterling findings. Black background with dicroic irridecent background and purple-blue dicroic front

Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 1/2" wide (widest point)

Forest green and dichroic glass polka dots dichroic glass earrings with sterling findings. Black background with dicroic irridecent background and purple-blue dicroic front

Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 1/4" wide (widest point)

Dichroic glass earrings with sterling findings. Orange/brown opaque back, with layer of green dicroic front. Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 3/8" wide (widest point)

Dichroic glass earrings with sterling findings. Powder blue opaque back with black front covered with green blue dicroic spots.

Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 1/2" wide (widest point)

Dichroic glass earrings with sterling findings. Pimento red back, with dichroic rainbow background and green dicroic front.

Measures: 1" long (top of hook to bottom) 7/16" wide (widest point)

Description

I started working with Dichroic Glass fusing in 2010. I had been collecting other artist work, because I like to look at the glass and wear them. I decided I would find satisfaction playing with color, shapes, and the play of light, so I took a class and was hooked.

I feel like I’m baking a different batch of cookies in an oven, and each time I can’t wait to see what comes out. Although some look like each other, each bead is a one off, unique in their own way.

Type
Jewelry, design, fused glass and silver