JewelrybyIshi Creator of Unique and Unusual Handmade Jewelry


BEST Scalloped blue cloisonne bird flower necklace DSCF7671

Just sold this gorgeous Chinese cloisonne pendant necklace! Come see more of unique jewelry creations at JewelrybyIshi on Etsy, at:


The 4 Elements-Air, Earth, Fire & Water

Donna, of DonnasArtisanDesigns jewelry shop on Etsy , curated this lovely Treasury Collection of creations by Etsy sellers. Click on the link, below, and that will take you to the Treasury; and, then, click on each photo, and that will take you to its’ listing, to learn more about it and to see more photos, too!

Capture The 4 elements Donna

Donna, included my pretty pink Rhodonite carved stone pendant necklace in her terrific Treasury. You can learn more about it, and see more photos by clicking on this link:

treasury Donna  full size photo


Domino Girl Pendant Necklace, in Turquoise Blue

Another beautiful Domino Girl necklace!  A collaboration between Debbie Griffith, of DebsDisanDat shop, on Etsy, at , and me, Delores Malcomson, of JewelrybyIshi on Etsy, at .

Debbie created the beautiful pendant from a domino tile. First, she drilled the top to allow it to be beaded, then, she stamped, a feminine lady image on to the tile, hand colored it, and, then, painted the sides metallic turquoise blue.  To bead the necklace, I found barrel shaped turquoise blue Howlite stone beads, saucer shaped black glass beads, and white glass seed beads. To complement the necklace, I made matching beaded drop earrings.

The finished necklace is in Debbie’s private collection.  But, look for more Domino Girl pendants and necklaces to appear in our shops, in the very near future.  Also, check out Debbie’s unique artistic Domino and Rummy Tile Magnets, appearing in her shop, now, at .  You will see unique artisan jewelry, of all sorts and designs, in my shop, at .

Debbies domino pendant necklace turquoise close up   DSCF8135Debbies domino pendant necklace turquoise front    DSCF8138Debbies domino pendant necklace turquoise back side     DSCF8140

Inspired By Elephants

Capture Inspired by Elephants
Stacy, of ChickieVintageLove shop on Etsy, curated this fabulous Treasury Collection of wonderful creations that celebrate the elephant. Click on the link, below, and that will take you to the Treasury; and, then, click on each photo, which will take you to its’ listing, to learn more about it, and to see more photos, too! 
I am honored to have my elephant pendant necklace included in Stacy’s Treasury.  You can see more photos and the listing, by clicking on this link: stone bone elephant pendant necklace il_570xN.637545952_18k8

Brown Bronzite Stone Elephant Necklace, Hand Carved Bone Pendant, Beaded Statement Necklace

il_570xN.637545952_18k8Bronzite stone bone elephant pendant necklace

Just listed!  Unique and exotic!

Beautiful gemstone jewelry pendant necklace with hand carved, bone elephant head pendant, that has been dyed brown. The beaded necklace strand has round, brown Bronzite stone beads and ornate gold metal beads. A stunning statement necklace for the elephant lover. This unique, Artisan, handmade jewelry necklace would make a lovely gift for her birthday, anniversary, or any special occasion.  To see the listing and more photos, click here:

Ammonites and Ammonite Jewelry

  1. A fully formed ammonite.
    An ammonite that has been cut in half.
    Ammonites were prolific breeders, lived in schools, and are among the most abundant fossils found today. They went extinct with the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, can you image that! Scientists use the various shapes and sizes of ammonite shells, that appeared and disappeared through the ages, to date other fossils. The name “ammonite” was inspired by the spiral shape of their fossilized shells, which resemble tightly coiled rams horns. The largest ammonite recorded is 61/2 feet in diameter, but, the marjority of ammonites are small with the largest ones only reaching 9″ in diameter. The smaller ones, 2″ and less, make beautiful jewelry. If you would like to learn more about ammonites, click on this link to go to the Wikipedia article about them:
    When I discovered ammonite pendants, I decided that I, just, had to create necklaces with them!  My mind started to imagine the possibilities of complementary pearls and beads that I could use to create beautiful designs.  Below, is a picture of one of the necklaces that I have in my Jewelry by Ishi shop, on Etsy.  You can see the listing by clicking here: 
    This necklace has a pendant with an ammonite that has been cut in half and double set into a silver setting.  I beaded the pendant with beautiful round Bronzite stone beads and lovely brown freshwater pearls, accented with silver disk shaped beads.