France’s MissTyc (Nathalie) prepares for winter with a seasonal palette of companion canes in reds, black and golds and in her signature crisp clean cane patterns and textures.

The necklace at the right was the result of Nathalie’s cleaning up her work space. Fed up with too much scrap clay, she gathered up the bits and forced them into a cheery necklace. It’s nice when that works.

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  • reply Créa'Sofimo ,

    so beautifull Nathalie, i like your work, you know, i’am a fan

    • reply JeannieK ,

      I love the necklace on the left. It’s so bold and beautiful.

      • reply Lynda ,

        i like your work!!!
        j’adooooooooooooore tes créas !!!!

        • reply Mimi-Pinson ,

          Félicitations pour cette mise à l’honneur bien méritée!Bravo et merci pour tout!
          Gros bisous,
          Mimi-Pinson.

          • reply Michelle ,

            Love the necklace! Wish that happened when I cleaned my studio. 🙂

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