Sterling Silver and Dichroic Glass Brooch – Arabesque Collection


Handcrafted sterling silver and dichroic glass brooch.

This pair of earrings is part of the Arabesque Series: a collection of contemporary dichroic glass and silver jewellery. Matching necklace & earrings available.


Handmade from 925 sterling silver wire and dichroic glass. The patterned dichroic glass has a satin finish and shimmers with shades of mauve, purple, blue and green.

Approximate size of brooch: 40mm by 85mm at its longest point.

Supplied in an Aurora Lombardo Designs branded presentation box with enclosed an information card about the work.

The Arabesque Series is a range with a strong contemporary feel, boasting vibrant colours and lines reminiscent of the graceful movements of ballet dancers.

Matching necklace available here:


The material:
Dichroic glass consist of a base coloured glass which has been coated with thin films of metallic oxides to selectively reflect and transmit wavelengths of light. The results is a glass displaying a wonderful, iridescent play of colours.

The fusing process:
Each dichroic glass jewel is an original unique creation completely hand worked. In a time intensive process, the glass is cut to shape, the pieces are combined in several layers and then fired a number of times in a high temperature kiln to produce some stunning colour combinations and shimmering effects.

The colours:
I make every effort to present each item on our website as accurately as possible. However, dichroic glass is notoriously difficult to photograph. Furthermore, the images you see depend on your monitor’s display and colour capabilities. Actual colour of the product may differ slightly from the images shown.


All jewellery is handmade by me in my workshop in Cambridge, UK, and will arrived beautifully gift wrapped in an Aurora Lombardo Designs branded pillowcase or presentation box -depending on size- with enclosed an information card.

Larger silver pieces, weighting 7.8g or more, are independently assayed and hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay Office and bear my own maker’s mark.