Hand-made Ornaments and Pendants in Quartz Crystal, Abalone Shell and Himalayan Rock Salt
‘Quartz Crystals Rock!’
A Quartz Crystal is a precious gift –
An object of natural beauty, your spirits to lift!
In clear, rose, purple, yellow and green
A Quartz Crystal will help you feel serene.
They shimmer in the light
Their multi-facets will delight…
In a myriad of different shades and hues
A Quartz Crystal can take away the blues…
Known to heal and promote good health
Some crystals are even claimed to create wealth!
From deep within the earth they grow
But hold one in your hand and you might see a rainbow!
Each crystal has its own vibration, so rare
An Angel Magic pendant is one that you can wear.
By Angela Phillips
‘Angel Magic – Crystal Creations’
After attending a Foundation Year and Pre-Diploma Year at Harrow School of Art, I completed a 3 year Dip AD Fine Art (Painting) course at the West Surrey College of Art & Design in Farnham.
I am currently based in South Bedfordshire and share my home with a rather special cat, called Sookie. I appreciate the wide open spaces of the nearby Chiltern Hills that offer wonderful views of the rolling landscape and a reminder of our connection to the earth.
I am drawn to Abalone Shells, Himalayan Rock Salt and many types of Quartz Crystals. I am inspired by their beauty and enjoy working with them as they are natural gifts from the earth. My aim is to enhance each piece by creating miniature works of Art using Sterling Silver, Copper or Brass.
Each stone or shell is selected for its particular colour, clarity and shape. A pendant allows the wearer to benefit from the renowned natural, healing properties, whilst an ornament offers the same in the home or office and can also be used as a paperweight. As each one is different, a pendant or ornament from Angel Magic – Crystal Creations makes a unique gift!
All commissions are welcome. I have received requests to use a particular type of crystal or shell and it’s very rewarding when my customers are delighted with the end result.
I regularly exhibit at ‘The Workhouse’ gallery in Dunstable, Bedfordshire and local charity, craft fairs.