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Asymmetrical Goddess with Botswana agate and carnelian


About this design:

Willendorf-looking Goddess pendant in patterns of grey and birch. Carnelian and a few orange beads add pop.

Components:

Goddess pendant, Botswana agate wheels (LB), carnelian nugget and chips, silver leaf heishi (LB), "birch" porcelain rondelles (LB), Toho matte grey iris 8/0, Czech silver-lined tangerine 6/0, Czech opaque grey 6/0, TierrCast bronze-plated lobster clasp (LB), copper-plated oval link chain.

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  1. dolllady aka Pam
    dolllady aka Pam says:

    I always love the pieces that you make! This one is no exception. I love how ou used monstly grey and tan toned beads with the pops of carnelian. It is natural enough to wear with almost any color.

  2. jdtt
    jdtt says:

    This is beautiful! There is an air of serenity and balance. In my faves!

  3. kye
    kye says:

    You are such an interesting designer. I love your work and usually learn something from your posts. The Willendorf (had to Google it) looking Goddess pendant is so fascinating. You’ve made a wonderful necklace with it. I especially like the way you used the Carnelian chips. Great subject and design.

  4. Annao
    Annao says:

    You are a creative person. How do you keep coming up with something new all the time? You pull all the colors together very well, good job

  5. Harmony on Strings
    Harmony on Strings says:

    I like this very much.

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    ClovisakaLois says:

    Good colors for the goddess pendant, the serene blues and greys with the pops of carnelian. Such a pretty design!

  7. Medieval Momma
    Medieval Momma says:

    This is wonderful as are all your pieces!

  8. Kathryn R
    Kathryn R says:

    I minored in art history at university and the Willendorf Goddess – I remember her well! You have provided the perfect necklace for showcasing her in all her glory! ;) Gorgeous use of gemstones, especially Botswana agate. The stones compliment each other. Thoroughly enjoyable to wear, I’m sure! Oh, and thanks for showing her backside! Tee Hee!

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