All my handmade terracotta jewellery.

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  1. Very pretty jewels you have made!!

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    1. Thank you so much! I do remember your jewelry too - thanks for helping me get started :)

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  2. Hi,
    I am lavanya from NJ.Came across to your site. Just have a question.Do you use bead roller for bead making? how come you have perfect bead shape in all of your jewelery?

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  3. Yes, I do use bead rollers. In some cases where there are few beads needed - I roll them by hand.

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  4. How to bake terrocota jewellery?How many hours?

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    1. How long you bake depends on your clay. I use polymer clay, as per baking instructions that come with this clay, I bake my jewelry for 7-12 minutes.

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  5. Hi... beautiful jewellery...jhumkas are perfect :) where can i get a jhumka mould in US...

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    1. Thanks Suma,
      There is no mould for a jhumka really - you just have to improvise.
      I use miniature bowl moulds made for doll houses - I found them on etsy.

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  6. Your work is great. We would like to introduce some of our unique designs made by handicraft artists.
    Hope you will have a look at our terracotta jewellery.

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  7. Hi..Your collections are too good. I am just a starter in terracota :-) .. Would like to know where we can get the bead rollers from, I am from Coimbatore- Tamilnadu. Tried searchin online, but do we get here in India.

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    1. Thank you Janani,
      I do not know where to find bead rollers in India- sorry :(
      Moreover I work with polymer clay and bead rollers work fine with such clay. OTOH, if you are using regular/ original (mud) clay I am not sure that these bead rollers will work well with its sticky texture. Wish I could help you :(

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  8. https://twitter.com/sharepyar/status/705999387688763393

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  9. Good Blog on terracotta jewellery. Nice pictures.

    You can buy natural and painted terracotta jewellery at a reasonable cost from us.

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  11. Blog on terracotta jewellery with great pictures.
    https://www.facebook.com/notes/sharepyarcom/terracotta-earrings-never-go-out-of-fashion/1982437062036331/

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