The resident chewer is giving this test piece a workout. I like chocolate brown and light blue together. This long chewable necklaces features graduated dark chocolate brown Magkuno wood rounds alternating with light blue, silver-lined Miyuki glass cubes. Two pearlescent and two matte food-grade chewable silicone beads in light blue serve as the focal . Graduated vintage silver Chanel ovals repeat for every nine Magkuno beads.
This necklace was designed by and belongs to our youngest. Multiple colors of candy mountain jade rounds alternate with smooth, rounded crackle agate ovals that evoke rusty coffee occluded with cream. This necklace is colorful candy.
Large 20mm bleached whitewood rounds and silver cones are the focals in this fun and colorful necklace. Multi-colored candy mountain jade rounds and turquoise-colored wood heishi fill in the field, and a silver clasp provides closure.
Blue Ghana recycled glass discs alternate with Madre de Cacao wood rounds. Three silver vintage Chanel rings spin and slide over a focal bar attached with small lobster clasps. The clasps allow swapping out the focal beads on the focal bar. Slide on any bead with at least a 5.7mm hole.
6mm copper filigree rounds and 4mm Patikan wood rounds alternate with swirling dark blue, light blue, brown, and yellow 12mm Ghana Krobo recycled glass rondelles. A 14mm copper round flanked by two 14mm blue Ghana Krobo recycled glass rounds serve as focal. A copper toggle clasp provides closure. This is a long necklace at 43in/109.2cm.
This is another gift necklace we made during the holidays. Denim blue Dumortierote and a chocolate brown focal Kukui nuts are complemented by crackle agate lozenges with ruddy brown and light blue fire and ice hues. A silver Karen Hill Tribe toggle clasp provides closure.
Dark 23mmx11m ebony bicones and Ashanti Ghana lost wax technique brass rounds alternate with light blue 4mm glass Miyuki cubes and 6mmx1mm Ethiopian brass heishi. A copper toggle clasp provides closure.