No. 4, or how to freak out your fish. . .

January 30, 2008 at 6:00 pm 1 comment

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This pair uses carnelian (I think) beads in combination with sodalite ovals, Thai beads and bead caps and silver wire. The silver bead hides the twist in the wire that keeps the sodalite oval in place. The two ends of the wire run through the silver and carnelian beads and the bead cap to end in a wrapped loop.
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Entry filed under: carnelian, Silver, sodalite, Thai Bead, Wire.

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  • 1. mybloggylife  |  January 31, 2008 at 7:09 am

    oooohhh perty

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