Soutache Embroidered Short Earrings from Sabo Design. Earrings in the technique of soutache embroidery made with high quality glass crystals, toho seed beads, satin soutache braids, hypoallergenic earring hooks. On the back they have felt in matching color.
- Materials: Glass Crystals, Toho Seed Beads, Satin Soutache Braids
- Hypoallergenic Earring Hooks
- Sizing: Approx. 1.5″ L
- Handmade in Southern CA
WHAT IS SOUTACHE?
SOUTACHE EMBROIDERY is a aged embroidery technique, which was initially used for making decorative elements sewn on clothes. Name comes from french ‘soutache’, which means braid used to decorate cut fabric.
Today, artists and designers are using this method in making jewelry, belts and handbags. Soutache braids can be connected with gemstones, minerals, silver, crystals, glass and different beads. Using this method, amazing accessories can be made which are full of glamour and color, and has a regal royal presence. This kind of jewelry, although it has long history, became popular in the nineties through Israeli artist Dori Csengeri.
The Story of Sabo Design
Dorota Kalicinska is a SoCal based Polish designer who specializes in statement hand-embroidered jewelry. Soutache embroidery is the newest and hottest trend in jewelry design because it takes everything to a whole new level. By using traditional high quality materials, such as soutache braids, glass crystals, semi-precious stones or Japanese seed beads, Dorota is able to create limitless possibilities to impress even the most sophisticated tastes. Every piece of jewelry is feather light which allows the user to wear it for the whole day without even noticing.