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Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind
Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind
Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind
Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind
Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind
Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind
Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind
Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind
Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind

Harmony Necklace - Celest - one of a kind

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My Story:  My studio sits in the Foothills of Tucson, Arizona, where I find my inspiration every day.  I love the colors and the textures from nature that surround me and try to recreate the desert in my glass and jewelry.  I love gemstones and rocks of all colors and shapes.  I love creating lampworked glass in the flame.  And I like to use silver and gold to enhance my jewelry.  I call my work a harmony of glass and metal. 

It goes without saying that beautiful glass beads can be found in Venice.  The technique to make these beads is called lampworking.  I learned this technique 25 years ago and enjoy making beads in the flame to use in my jewelry.  One technique that is popular among lampworkers is hollow beads.  I used this technique to create the bead for this necklace and chose a clear glass for the base and blew it into a hollow bead.  I then applied thin rods of hot glass called stringers onto the base bead to add color. This round bead measures approximately 20 mm.  The necklace is made of 7 sterling silver orbs.  I added the bead to one of these and connected them all with brass beads.  Then I added additional sterling silver chain.  I finished the necklace with a sterling silver lobster clasp.  

The necklace is approximately 17 inches long.  

The bead has some wonderful nuances of color.

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