I like the wrap on this pendant and thought I would share it on DA.
This is a pendant that emits perfume scent while your wear it. My pendants do not come prescented. Simply put a drop of your favorite perfume or perfume oils on the front of the flower. The perfume will adhere to the clay petals and will emit scent, longer than wearing it on your skin. Scent lasts 3-4 days with perfume or perfume oils. You can wash the pendant with soap and water to add a new scent.
The flower is a polymer clay bead and is securely wrapped with non-tarnishing silver wire.
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I am a full time pendant artist. I work with several mediums and like to combine them to make unique wearable art. I sell worldwide and live in the United States. Here are a few of the many I have done...
This wire wrap tree of life pendant is breathtaking. The agate has many shades of purple and white with beautiful spots. The wire sculptured tree is wire wrapped with nontarnishing silver wire. This pendant will not have to be cleaned.
This pendant measures 2.5 x 1.5 inches
This pendant comes with a black braided leather necklace that is adjustable from 18 to 20 inches with the extension chain.
Sterling silver, gunmetal coated copper, and lots of different semipercious stones.
I wasn't that impressed by the part of California that I saw when I was away, but I really liked the Jacaranda trees we saw along the side of the roads it felt like we spent the whole trip stuck on
Someone on here mentioned awhile ago that my amethyst tree looked a little like a jacaranda. [link] I decided to play with that idea.
So I used gunmetal wire for the greyer bark and mixed a hint of labradorite with iolite/tanzanite (the strand was labeled iolite but the color is much more in tanzanite's range...) and amethyst to try to get the right purple shade. And some peridot for leaves, since they were in leaf when I saw them
I kept the design of the black framing elements, but altered the interior pattern of black beads, and instead of using a uniform color for contrast with the black I selected three shades from russet to white to give the ivory panels more of a gradient.
It was fun revisiting this design and making some improvements.