Just a pretty little necklace I've been working on today. I really LOVE how the finish on the metal came out.
This little beauty I made for all those lovely noir steampunk empresses, aristocracy, and adventurers out there. Named "The mysterious parlor" it conjurers up images of elegant graceful tea parties, but with all the intrigue that is bound to go on behind the scenes.
I originally made this necklace in black. Lately I have been on a distressed silver kick, and decided that this necklace would be a particularly good candidate. And I have to say I am VERY pleased with the results.
My new favorite necklace, fresh from my studio! I actually started this one a long, long time ago. It was one of those pieces that I would work on for a little while, then put down. Then work on again, and put down. I was actually almost finished with it, but something else caught my fancy and I put it away again. I was reminded of it when I started watching "True Detective" on HBO. The necklace sort of reminds me of antlers, and antlers play a prominent, yet icky role in the show. Then I thought no ones else is going to see antlers in this necklace. So I posted a process picture of it on instagram and my facebook page and what did everyone comment on .... yep that's right you guessed it ANTLERS. In any case I finished it up, and it's my new favorite necklace now.
A gothic, neo-Victorian necklace stately enough to calm even the queen of hearts herself! Adding just a little of Victorian sparkle and gothic aristocratic glamour to your outfit.
Just the perfect necklace for that undead tea party the local vampires are dying to have you attend.
This is my little tribute to the genius of science fiction, and the hero of steampunk culture Jules Verne. I designed this pendant so that the frame would have the feel of a porthole on a submarine, complete with worn metal and rivets. The chains dangling from it would mimic octopus tentacles.
I just love the elegance of the Victorian era, but my love for sleek modern design always seems to shake those elements out of my head when making a new piece of jewelry. So when I found myself wanting to design a necklace that embodies the lacy ornate femininity of the Victorian period, as well as a modern edge. I took my favorite Victorian necklace silhouette pared it down to it’s most basic elements Added a touch of sparkle, and I kind of love that it reminds me of a butterfly too. So of course I had to name it Papillon de la Nuit (butterfly of the night).
A lovely woman in the U.K, just commissioned me to make one of my favorite chokers, The Edwardian Tea Party choker. So I will be working on that for the next couple of days. Then it will be on it's way to have all kinds of adventures with it's new owner.
I'm just finishing up a fun necklace to help me get back into the groove of things. I've been working on paperwork and a few custom items. But those projects are coming to a close so I can get back to making some new fun necklaces. This is an adorable little cicada necklace with a steampunk Victorian noir flair. I think I will call it the entomologist's delight.
EJPcreations is a mad scientist of a woman specializing in creating tiaras, necklaces, and fascinators, with a noir, and gothic flair. All adornments have a hint of vampire elegance, a dash of Steampunk bravado, and plenty of Neo-Victorian sensibilities.
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