Pendant made of wire and stone with your own hands.
Nickel silver wire pendant and labradorite stone with your own hands.
I apologize for the poor translation of the text.
I want to immediately warn everyone that this is not a master class. In the process of making photos.
Maybe someone will come in handy course of my thoughts.
The task was this - Something to do with this "cobblestone" of labradorite.
I'll show you right away what I did, and then we will go further.
First, I secured the stone with a Viking sheath and “planted” a tree. I used nickel silver wire with a thickness of 1 mm and 0.4 mm. The stone is about 30 mm in diameter and 10 mm thick.
Side of the stone decided to cover braid appropriate width.
The top with an eyelet at the pendant is not previously designed. What was born was born!
Specially not patinated wire. There was a patina of natural, temporary patina - polished.
In total, I was engaged in a pendant a couple of days. More time thinking how to make prettier.
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