Set of Droplet 5 Disc & Earrings

By FormFire Glassworks

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Ships in a gift box by USPS First Class Mail (padded envelope).

Colorful glass shapes (like liquid color) are handcrafted by Amy Holms in Orange County California. With a torch she transforms glass into molten liquid color to create modern, clean, lampwork pieces. 5 Droplet Set

  • Please allow for slight variations due to the handmade nature of each item
  • Droplet 5 Disc: Lampwork necklace with silverstone spacers
  • Lampwork Earrings: Handcrafted, sterling silver earring wires
  • 16" steel cable choker with magnetic clasp
  • A single glass disc is 1.25" in diameter
  • Dimensions: 0.68" x 0.5"
  • Weight: 0.306 lb.

5 Reviews (4 out of 5 Grommets)

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12/29/2015 by Barbara

The simplicity and color of this delicate necklace is extrodinary. Very fine and the magnetic closure is a welcome surprise.



1/1/2018 by Kim

This glass set was given as a gift. Very pretty but much smaller than I thought. Hand made in USA that’s Makes up for the size issue. Still happy with my choice.More > < Less


Nice but smaller than I expected

1/25/2017 by Linda

Perhaps I didn't pay close attention but the glass beads are quite small and the wire is so short that it would be a choker for me. This is a gift for my sister, who luckily, has a small neck and likes the set.More > < Less


Relatively good just bad Matching

1/20/2016 by Steven

I like the necklace and I like the earrings but somehow Amy and I missfired on the pairings. I got 2 sets of Aqua Earrings and two other Steel Blue Necklaces. How easy and fast is it to replace the Aqua Earrings for Steel Blue ones?

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very pretty

5/29/2014 by Judy

Smaller than I imagined but lovely for a small and young person.

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FormFire Glassworks - lampwork glass jewelry

About FormFire Glassworks

Modernist Glassworks

Lampworking is a centuries-old glassworks technique, but when Amy Holms does it, the results are thoroughly modern.

A residential architect based in Orange County, Calif., Amy can work wonders with a torch. Using traditional lampwork tools, she heats glass to a molten state, then manipulates it into clean, refined shapes. By creating minimalist forms, Amy highlights the pure, exquisite colors of the glass, which she sources from Italy and the U.S. No two earrings or necklaces are exactly alike, since Amy creates each piece by hand. She pairs the glass beads with hand-smithed silver beads, and when she works her signature interlocking glass discs into jewelry compositions, the pieces have a vibrant, dynamic feel.

In her work designing houses, Amy gravitates to colorful and modern elements. With her FormFire Glassworks venture, she’s translating that aesthetic into jewelry, using glass as her medium. The distinctively modernist style gives new life to an ancient art.