Welcome to Coquette Original Creations! My Husband, David, and I have a studio workshop on a small farm in the heart of the beautiful Ozark Mountains. We design and create original, one-of-a-kind hand crafted jewelry from copper sheeting, reclaimed copper wire, as well as sterling silver wire. We also work with copper, silver and bronze metal clay, cubic zirconia, glass, resin, polymer clay and semi precious stones. David hand crafts wood and bone beads which he incorporates into some of his original designs.. We also use off-the-shelf parts, such as beads and pendants, for more mainstream creations.


The Riverwalk at Dogpatch USA on Saturday and Sunday, May 16th and 17th, was a huge success and everyone had a fantastic time. 

The 2nd Annual Bling Thing was held in the Fashion Center Mall from Thursday, December 6th through Sunday, December 8th, 2012.

I recently started pursuing creating my own original designs in Precious Metal Copper Clay. I created 2 one-of-a-kind hand crafted pendants, hopefully the first of many. Every detail was sculpted by hand: the leaves, roses and bail. Each pendant has a small photo of a rose-in-bloom encased in resin. Shown here is a pink rose, and the other is a yellow rose. The photos of the roses are also ours, taken in the family garden.

Behold the Oculus, jewelry that looks back at you!  The Oculus is an originally designed eye pendant, ring or bracelet.  These creations make wonderfully unusual and unique gifts...when you give them to your family or friends, you can tell them you're keeping an eye on them!

Check the Oculus section on the gallery page for photos of all these amazing creations.

Coquette Creations is happy to be able to accept credit and debit cards payments, from all cards that bear the Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover logo.  We also accept PayPal.  We can take your payment in person or even by phone.  Your payment information is safe and secure.  Click HERE to read more detailed information on the security of these payments.

The Harvest Homecoming 2012 was held on the courthouse grounds at the historic Harrison Square from Friday, October 5th through Sunday, October 7th, 2012.

I have finally begun to create pieces from silver metal clay!

Coquette Creations had a booth at the First Annual Blue Sky Art Festival on the historic Harrison Square on Saturday, September 8th.

I have created a few new pieces recently.  You will find them in the gallery section of the website under Modern gallery.  I hope you enjoy viewing these pieces.


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