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A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty? Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast". Photo: Smallthingscount

A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty? Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast". Photo: Smallthingscount

A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty? Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast". Photo: Smallthingscount

A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty? Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast". Photo: Smallthingscount

A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty?  Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast". Photo: Smallthingscount

A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty? Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast". Photo: Smallthingscount

A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty? Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast". Photo: Smallthingscount

A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty? Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast". Photo: Smallthingscount

Venere di Botticelli, hot enamel. Photo: smallthingscount

Venere di Botticelli, hot enamel. Photo: smallthingscount

Interpretation of Diego Rivera's painting by Small things count

Interpretation of Diego Rivera's painting by Small things count

A pendant is an interpretation of Carmen Duchesse de Montmorency's portrait (Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1860). It is incircled by a quote of Lord Byron and a bouquet of forget-me-not flowers. Silver, hot enamel (cloisonné). Photo: Smallthingscount. Follow on Fb: Smallthingscount.

A pendant is an interpretation of Carmen Duchesse de Montmorency's portrait (Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1860). It is incircled by a quote of Lord Byron and a bouquet of forget-me-not flowers. Silver, hot enamel (cloisonné). Photo: Smallthingscount. Follow on Fb: Smallthingscount.

ErosTanatos. A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty? Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast"

ErosTanatos. A man, a woman, an almost brutal embrace. Surely a toxic relationship - but who is guilty? Interpretation of Erik Seiler's drawing "Beauty and the Beast"

Based on the painting of Narbut, hot enamel. Photo: smallthingscount

Based on the painting of Narbut, hot enamel. Photo: smallthingscount

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Interpretation of Tamara Łempicka's painting.  Cloisonné enamel, silver. Photo: Smallthingscount

Interpretation of Tamara Łempicka's painting. Cloisonné enamel, silver. Photo: Smallthingscount

A pendant is an interpretation of Carmen Duchesse de Montmorency's portrait (Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1860). It is incircled by a quote of Lord Byron and a bouquet of forget-me-not flowers.  Silver, hot enamel (cloisonné).  Photo: Smallthingscount. Follow on Fb: Smallthingscount.

A pendant is an interpretation of Carmen Duchesse de Montmorency's portrait (Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1860). It is incircled by a quote of Lord Byron and a bouquet of forget-me-not flowers. Silver, hot enamel (cloisonné). Photo: Smallthingscount. Follow on Fb: Smallthingscount.

Rococo queen. A pendant inspired by the story and personality of Elisabeth Christine von Braunschweig-Bevern. Being a queen she had been never loved neither by her husband, nor by her court and lived separately at her residence.  A pattern represents an interpretation of the portrait of Elisabeth by Antoine Pesne.  Silver, pearl, satin ribbon. Technique: cloisonné

Rococo queen. A pendant inspired by the story and personality of Elisabeth Christine von Braunschweig-Bevern. Being a queen she had been never loved neither by her husband, nor by her court and lived separately at her residence. A pattern represents an interpretation of the portrait of Elisabeth by Antoine Pesne. Silver, pearl, satin ribbon. Technique: cloisonné

Bead&Button Survey: 2014 People's Choice Award Survey

Bead&Button Survey: 2014 People's Choice Award Survey

Based on the ceramic decorations of Poltava Local Lore Museum, hot enamel before firing, photo and colour solution: smallthingscount

Based on the ceramic decorations of Poltava Local Lore Museum, hot enamel before firing, photo and colour solution: smallthingscount

Based on Ukrainian Easter eggs motifs. Hot nemal before firing. Photo: smallthingscount. Colour solution: smallthingscount

Based on Ukrainian Easter eggs motifs. Hot nemal before firing. Photo: smallthingscount. Colour solution: smallthingscount