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Double strand necklace with large lampwork focal and two pair of earrings

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Pretty emerald green, black, ivory and white lampwork focal measuring 1 1/4" in length and 3/4" at the widest part. This large focal comes to you on a silver plated quick switch post which allows you to remove the bead and add another if you like. This necklace appears to be two combined when worn. The smaller focal is suspended on a black leather cord and it lays inside the silver plated chain which is longer and is adorned with coordinating dangles. Swarovski crystals add a bit of sparkle. The necklace hangs right at 25 inches not including the pendant piece which adds another 2 1/4 inches. The smaller focal is a free form bead made with raku and black glass. The center of the swirls have emerald green transparent, bubble filled dots. This is a style I am currently experimenting with and so far I really like the motion that is created in the glass. This set includes two pair of earrings for those of us who have double piercings or a choice for those who don't. One pair on french ear wires and they hang 2 1/2 inches in length. The other pair are ball posts and hang 1 1/4 inches in length. Both pair are silver plated. A bold, eye catching set that will go with just about any type of attire. Be prepared for comments! If you should have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me. If you are out of the US please contact me for exact shipping cost to your location. Thank you for considering my work.


$75.00 USD

Quantity: Product ID# 3251

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Unlike the 14th Century when artists used the flame of an oil lamp to create glass beads, current lampworking is a type of glasswork that uses a fueled torch (propane and oxygen) to melt rods of glass. When in a molten state, the glass is formed by rotating and shaping with ...read more

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