Custom Orders

I love to make beads from old discarded glass objects such as gin and wine bottles, perfect for people who like to wear something a little bit different, while helping to save the environment at the same time!

Please feel free to contact me if you would like to order a special piece from a sentimental glass object: jules.frahm@gmail.com

Pictured below are some images of previous custom orders.

A customer contacted me to see if I could make some necklaces for her and several family members from some old farm glass they had collected on their families old farm. Here is the result.

A customer requested a red necklace with “all sorts” of beads. I take photos of the work before I send it to you so you can make sure you are happy with it. If you aren’t happy, we make changes.

A special customer contacted me to make a set of jewellery from pink depression glass. She also preferred these earring hooks. I am happy to use earring hooks to suit you. I recently helped a customer find some niobium earring hooks for her sensitive ears.

pink depression glass jewellery

This request was for a cobalt blue pendant and bracelet made from a Skyy Vodka bottle. We tried several different ways of making the pendant before we settled on this simple, but elegant style.

recycled glass necklace

recycled glass bracelet

I made these beads for a jewellery designer who used them in some very special necklaces. The champagne bottle was opened to celebrate the wedding anniversaries of three lovely friends. The following anniversary, they all received a special necklace.

 

Please feel free to get in touch with me if you have a special request that you would like me to make for you. It might be from some glass that you have in your families collection, it might be from a bottle of champagne that helped you celebrate a special occasion, or it might just be that you need a particular colour necklace for a special occasion. I’m happy to help.

Simply send an email to: jules.frahm@gmail.com

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