Sunday, March 17, 2013



I love beach pottery... you find it walking on a beautiful beach, and every piece has its own story. I love the way the sea or ocean models a piece making it smooth and soft in shape, and I love the fact that beach pottery is the expression of the culture of a specific country or sea shore. Beach pottery found on the shores of the Mediterranean is so different in design and textures from the one found on the shores of Scotland, or of Maine... and again, beach pottery gathered on the shores of a Greek island is so different in design from Italian beach pottery, or Spanish beach pottery. The glazings on beach pottery finds are often amazing, and make for gorgeous pieces of jewelry just left as they are.

Thank you for loving my new Mediterraneo ring! :) Since you liked the idea of making rings out of beach pottery, I decided to show you more rings I made out of beach pottery... some using the pieces as they were, some highlighted with paint or combined with copper wire and beads.

Mediterraneo 1, 2, 3 and 5 are already sold, Mediterraneo 4, 6, 7 and 8 are still available :) Mediterraneo 1 to 6 are all made with Italian beach pottery, Mediterraneo 7 and 8 are made from Greek beach pottery.

And this is my "trilogy" Anime Gemelle / Insieme / Dall'Eternità ('twin souls together since eternity'), which I had dedicated to my soulmate! Dall'Eternità is already sold, Anime Gemelle and Insieme are still available. All the three pieces were made out of Italian beach pottery finds (Riviera).

- Italian Riviera beach pottery finds -

I hope you enjoyed the "beach pottery ring tour", I will be making some beach pottery pendants soon!


ShannonAnn said...

I, too, love beach pottery and seaglass, but I especially love what you have done with the pottery. Your rings are wonderful in their charm and simplicity.
Cheerful greetings from Newfoundland

Annuk said...

Thank you Shannon Ann! :)
Have a lovely Sunday! Love from the Alps!

Funky Monkey said...

We love collecting the same materials!! :)

You've made beautiful rings, my friend, I adore them all, but especially the first one! Bravo!!!

Have a good Sunday and a wonderful week! Filakia!

Annuk said...

Thank you, fili mou!!! :)
I LOVE beach pottery finds, as you can tell! :) They are so fascinating!
Have a lovely Sunday! Filakia!

DIMI said...

Wow Annuk mou!!Magnificent beach pottery rings!!Very beautiful colours and shapes!!I love them all!!Amazing work!Hope you have a wonderful weekend!We have hollidays and carnivals here!!Hugs and kisses tou you,Zoe and Lilli!!Filakia fili mou!!

Annuk said...

Thank you Dimi mou!!! :)
Enjoy the holidays and Carnival! It's snowing here today! Lots of love and hugs from us!!!

Μαρία Έλενα said...

Very beautiful
Kisses ...

Hilde said...

Your beach pottery rings are gorgeous! I really admire your creativity, each piece turns out so unique and special :)
Hope you are having a lovely Sunday.
Hugs :)

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

I love your pottery finds, Anna. You bring the sunshine in!


All your rings are amazing!!!Very beautifull!!!Have a great week!!!Kisses!!!

Annuk said...

Thank you Maria Elena! :)

Thank you Hilde! :)
You are so kind! :) Big hugs!!!

Thank you Dawn! :)

Thank you Spyridoula! :)
Have a great week, filakia!!!

Hanne Bente said...

Beautiful call you made Anna - radiates "joy". Wishing you and Zoe a good day / good new week :) Hugs Hanne Bente & Tilde

Annuk said...

Thank you Hanne Bente! :)
Have a nice week! Hugs to you and Tilde!

pantarei said...

Looking forward to collect more beach treasure with you soon!
what beautiful results..and bw..I LOVE your new banner...unlimited possibilities...on that Aegean sea!!!<3

Annuk said...

Thank you, my dear Cousin! :)
YAY -- more beach treasures for me! :D See you SOON!!!

Marie-Anne said...

Oh! I love them all !!!! Beach pottery is so beautiful! As I already told you I found some nice pieces on the beach and I will try to turn them into rings. I just don't know which type of glue to use.Could you please let me know?
Many kisses,

Annuk said...

Thank you Marie-Anne! :)
There is no such thing as "THE" perfect glue unfortunately, but the strongest available is said to be epoxy glue (the two-component glue that comes in a syringe-like double tube). Good luck with your endeavours! :)
Polla filia!

purpleleath said...

They are all gorgeous!!! I can't wait to see your new pendants!!!

Annuk said...

Thank you, Maraki mou!!! :)

Marie-Anne said...

Thank you so much for the tip Annuk!!!

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