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Yellow Agate & Jade


About this design:

I've used that rectangle coin in a lot of pieces, but I really like it with this.




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  1. Vampire Chickie Ravin
    Vampire Chickie Ravin says:

    Another fave, this is gorgeous, what is the coin? I’ve never seen one like that, and in that shape.

  2. KittyMom Linda
    KittyMom Linda says:

    Love it, love it. Never was a yellow person but sure have warmed up to it due to great pieces such as this.

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    Chicky Zee aka Alice says:

    Lovely !!!

  4. grama rose aka stormy
    grama rose aka stormy says:

    Very interesting I really like it!

  5. Crazy Chick Frida
    Crazy Chick Frida says:

    Funky cool design! Love it!!

  6. sunny chick
    sunny chick says:

    Another amazing necklace. I love the earthiness of this. Probably my favorite one of all the ones you posted. They are all gorgeous, but this one in particular reaches out to me.

  7. karen blasdel
    karen blasdel says:

    Very pretty!!

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    Copper Penny says:

    Unique. What are the beads that are shaped like rectangles but had it looks like a triangle as well, very cool.

  9. Arja A
    Arja A says:

    Beautiful necklace.

  10. Mommykat Bubbly Chick
    Mommykat Bubbly Chick says:

    Cool! I like the variety of shapes & sizes of beads, and the multistrand adds extra interest to your necklace! Nice

  11. Jazz
    Jazz says:

    Thanks, ladies! To answer the questions, the coin is brass, an iChing coin….a friend of mine makes them; I don’t actually care for yellow either, it doesn’t work well with my skin tone, but with all the different shades and the browns, I can actually were it – IF I have a tan, LOL; and lastly the bead you are asking about, Copper Penny, is bone, carved on one side, and is a spacer. It’s double drilled, kind of like a watchband bead, and helps to keep the two strands in place.

    Thanks again, all.

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