Moonstone, sterling silver, and circles. . . This pair of earrings was an attempt to try my hand at wirewrapping with fine gauge wire & small faceted beads. I don't normally do much wirewrapping, but had a lovely strand of rainbow moonstones (one of my favorite stones!), so I started with these!
This is a rather large, bulky piece of green sea glass that I wrapped with sterling silver wire. Portions of the wire are hammered, for a different look. To keep with the laid back, hodge podge feeling for this necklace, you can see that the bail wrap is a bit on the sloppy side. I actually like the look of messy wire work for sea glass. For fancy brios or finer gem stones, I'll use a more uniform (or perfect) wrap. . . but for these I say, "Hang loose!"
Here is a dagger-shaped pendant made with piece of sea foam beach glass that I drilled and wrapped with sterling silver wire. It most likely is a piece of a Coke bottle that broke and smoothed in the ocean.
Like hoops? Need a pair of earrings that goes with everything? This is the pair for you!
This adorable flower necklace is made with 5 (what I think are) blue green amazonite briolette beads wire-wrapped together with sterling silver wire. In the center, I've "sewn" in chocolate brown Czech glass beads with fine beading wire.
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