Jewelry By Natsuko


“Hi 🙂  my name is Natsuko, meaning “summer child” in Japanese. Born & raised in outside of Tokyo Japan. Got married and came to United States about 19years ago. We have wonderful 3years old son! My days are consisting of taking care of my son & jewelry making.

about my jewelry…
Modern style jewelry with organic & nature feel. I design and make every piece with lots of love & passion. Hope they will bring little sparkle to your heart and make your everyday a special day!

Inspirations…
I get inspiration from everything! My mind is always busy with new jewelry design… mostly from nature, changes in the seasons and new outfits! I am self-taught for the most part. I start making jewelry over 10years ago with bead stringing. From then, I learned bead weaving, wire wrapping, and polymer clay working… I start taking enameling class about 2 years ago at local art center and now my pieces are focus more and more on enameling. But I still am learning new techniques all the time! And I love to experiment how the design come together with all different mediums.

Process of enameling…
Usually I start with textured the metal piece with hammer, wash metal and then shift powder enamel and fire! Firing takes anywhere from 3-10 (or sometimes more…) times for one piece.”

Where To Find Natsuko:

Etsy: www.jewelrybynatsuko.etsy.com

blog: http://jewelrybynatsuko.blogspot.com/

website: www.jewelrybynatsuko.com

blog in Japanese: http://jewelrybynatsuko.blog123.fc2.com/
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12555911@N08/

Facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/jewelrybynatsuko

email natth6869 ] at ] yahoo.com

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