Pretty little intricacies at Fruttituttibeadcandy!

Most of us love jewellery, it’s a fact with billions spent on jewels every year. We love costume jewellery, we adore the more sentimental pieces too. There’s something about wearing one’s favorite colors and the surface shine of the metals. Big and bold jewellery makes a real statement, and smaller more intricate pieces are so very endearing. It’s all about those pretty details that one needs to really focus on to appreciate the full beauty of the piece.

Some of the designs at Fruttituttibeadcandy have some very intricate little details. Beautifully made and ready to be appreciated by their wearer and all those who look upon them. Here are some fabulous examples:

The beads that create Fruttituttibeadcandy’s Silver Coiled Bracelet are exquisite! The tightly coiled wire surrounds and holds each turquoise bead securely in place. There are some strong steampunk aspect to the design, while being very delicate too. It’s a piece of jewellery that is very eye catching in a delicate understated way!

The tiny intricate leaves in the flower cluster bracelet is another fabulous example! The Lucite leaves and stunning bluebell flowers are each created with life like details. They shimmer beautifully with every movement of your hand when worn. It’s gorgeous as a piece of wedding jewellery, or when showing off at that fabulous garden party!

Floral filigree with those brass clockwork aspects really make this piece very unusual. And the beauty really is in the detail. Each shiny cog detail and brass mechanism right down to the logo of the brand makes for a wonderful conversational piece. You also have the ruby red stones that add drama to the ring. It’s the sort of ring that will be treasured for many years to come.



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