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Moss quartz


About this design:

I love bold pieces. And I love green. I balled the ends of some fine silver wire with a torch and wanted to use them. The frosted aventurine beads add a soft touch.

Components:

Moss quartz, frosted aventurine, green kyanite sticks, fine silver and sterling silver

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  1. Kitty Chicky Cat
    Kitty Chicky Cat says:

    Very pretty necklace!!

  2. Happy Chick aka Harriet
    Happy Chick aka Harriet says:

    Gorgeous! Really nice composition and silver work, too. :-)

  3. Anita QoG Funny Chick
    Anita QoG Funny Chick says:

    Love it!!!

  4. Ginko Organic Desings
    Ginko Organic Desings says:

    I am such a fan of greens also and especially I like the little silver “icicles” I have used them in some of my designs also and they make a nice gallery touch…….Really clever work k bratty Ginko Organic Designs

  5. celestialdesigns
    celestialdesigns says:

    Thanks for all the kind words!

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    trinkets says:

    So pretty, celestial!!

    Great for spring & summer , light & airy~ beautiful ocean colors!

  7. WireWrangler
    WireWrangler says:

    Nicelly designed, wish I could see the clasp though. How did you finish this?

  8. Aprils Beaded Jewelry De
    Aprils Beaded Jewelry De says:

    Love this necklace. I want to try torching silver…is this called fusion?

  9. Classy Chick JbyJill
    Classy Chick JbyJill says:

    Wow, beautifully designed!!

  10. Gloria -Aussie chick
    Gloria -Aussie chick says:

    This is a really lovely creation, I love the green stones they look so cool with the silver.

  11. celestialdesigns
    celestialdesigns says:

    April B – You have to use fine silver wire (not sterling). 20-gauge works better than 16, which I used. You hold the wire (with pliers) in the flame of a small butane torch (the kind for creme brule’). When it gets hot enough, it starts to “ball up”. Then quench in a bowl of water.

  12. Wemai Coffee Chick
    Wemai Coffee Chick says:

    Amazing!! This is a gorgeous necklace!

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