Each piece of C'est Levy Jewelry is hand-crafted individually and fired to nearly 2300 degrees for strength and durability. Features are pressed into the wet clay using a variety of clay, wood, dental, and kitchen tools; a skewer is used for the nostrils, and a fingernail for a winking eye. The beads are then cleaned, drilled, and bisque fired, after which oxides and underglazes are applied before the final firing. Metallic accents are added later. Pieces are then combined with beads from all parts of the world, some ancient trade beads or crystals, some made of materials such as wood, horn, shell, clay, bone, metal, or glass. Earring findings are surgical steel, or gold filled, or plated if yellow.
The Woodland Sunbeams Accent Lamp features a shade composed of four porcelain engravings that come to vibrant life when illuminated. The breathtakingly detailed scene of sunlight slanting between trees emerges in warm sepia when light passes through the varying thicknesses of the handcrafted lithopanes. A black semi-gloss stand holds the panes together for an Asian-inspired lantern design.