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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  10. http://www.wowtheterracottastore.com/

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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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  12. Making terracotta is an art. I have seen many question about beads. One technique I use is to take specific grams of wet clay for each bead so that you do not end up with beads of different sized. You can see some of our terracotta collections at http://www.wowtheterracottastore.com/

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