Sherome Fox

I am 65 years old and after growing tired of years of crocheting and knitting, decided to try my hand at jewelry in 2006. I fell in love with the wire wrapping jewelry and decided that was the direction that I wanted to go in. I am inspired by the work of others that love to display their work on the Wire Jewelry Forum on the Delphi Forum site.

Lampwork Bead Ring Project

Lampwork Bead Ring

This ring was born from the disaster of another project. My beautiful lampwork bead split in half. I just couldn’t throw it away, and so decided to use it as a cab in a ring project that I was planning. The wire used in this project is 22ga gold filled square and 21ga gold filled […]

Copper Wire Spiral Necklace Project

Copper Wire Spiral Necklace

The ideas for this set came to me in piece meal. It took longer to decide what to do next than it did to actually make it. The beads in this set are Crazy Horse (which I love), and Natural New Jade for accent beads. The wire is copper. All parts, (except for the beads), […]

Antiqued Silver Swirl Pendant Project

Antiqued Silver Swirl Pendant

I really enjoyed creating this set. It’s made of 18 gauge sterling silver wire and antique silver beads. For the posts and pendant, I started with the swirls with the beginning of the wire, allowing enough wire at the end to form the posts on the earrings and the bail which is hidden behind the […]

Sea Shell & Pearl Pendant Project

Sea Shell & Pearl Pendant

This pendant was constructed of gold filled wire and fresh water pearls. I started this as an exercise in learning. I was following a tutorial written by Eni on the Beaded Bail. I decided to follow through using an undrilled sea shell that I’ve had for some time. First I had to drill a hole. […]