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  • Ammonite & Copper Nugget Collar

    This necklace is a semi-rigid collar style. It is all handmade with Japanese seed beads & small solid copper beads using a combination of beadweaving techniques. The focal piece is designed with a fossil ammonite shell that I have polished to show the beautiful chatoyancy of the ammonite fossil....
    Posted to Reader Photos by SooZeeQ on Oct 8, 2012
    Filed under: necklace, Pendant, copper, wirework, japanese seed beads, Bead weaving, hand made, Cellini Spiral, petrified wood, original design, Ammonite
  • Gothic wirework drop necklace

    This necklace was a gift I made for my little sister. I was going for an art nouveau-like style. The frame was hand-forged using color-coated copper wire, the rest was simply adding chain along with attaching copper-plated glass drop beads. She loved it :))
    Posted to Reader Photos by BeadFancy310 on Jan 11, 2011
    Filed under: glass, necklace, jewelry, wire wrap, copper, wirework, wire work, black, hand wrapped, wire, drops, pretty, wrapped, wrapping, wrap, wire wrapped, handmade, gift, gothic, teardrops, romantic, Art Nouveau, Victorian jewelry, wirewrapped, wire-wrapping, wired, stunning, metal, hand made, wire wrapped., dangles, victorian, wirewrapping, blue glass, hand made necklace, fancy, swirl
  • European 4-in-1 chainmail weave necklace with glass "miracle" beads

    I made this necklace using two different chainmail weaves and turquiose blue "miracle" beads. The body of the necklace is European 4-in-1 weave using two different sizes of copper rings with a row of 1/8" peacock-blue rings edging the top of the front. The part that goes around the back...
    Posted to Reader Photos by Annster on Mar 1, 2010
    Filed under: necklace, egyptian, copper, beads, wirework, chainmaille, turquoise, rings, Southwestern, wrapped loop
  • Spiraling out of Control

    Designer: Michelle Mach Published: October 11, 2007 Technique: Wirework This copper chain and green glass necklace by the editor of Beading Daily uses all the beginning wireworking techniques--spirals, coils, jump rings, simple loops, wrapped loops, hammering--found in Easy Wire magazine. This is a Beading...
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Knitting Daily on Oct 10, 2007
    Filed under: Wirework, necklace, Beading Daily exclusive, Easy Wire, copper, Interweave Free Beading Project