As jewelry makers, we are familiar with millefiori or a thousand flowers in Italian. Many polymer clay artists use the cane method to get detailed mosaics.  But Adi Moran, a New York based designer takes it to a whole new level!

Her shop, FunWithMillefiori, showcases her polymer clay canes but they are beautifully inserted in sterling silver frames which are rhodium or gold plated. The pieces are completed with a coat of transparent low temperature enamel. 

The color palettes range from simple like this simple cat to a riot of colors like the honeycomb millefiori heart above. Nature is a strong muse. Some of my favorite pieces are the peacock feather, butterflies, dragonflies and sea horses.  

I was also impressed with her houndstooth designs. We do not often see this classic textile pattern translated into polymer clay.  Lovely!

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