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Moonstone Pendant in Silver
Photographs cannot capture the true luster of moonstone. This stone looks almost mystical with its pale blues and greens that come through in different lights. I have hand wrapped this piece in a setting of sterling silver wire. The stone is thick to give a better shine to it, so I had to create a thick setting to hold it securely. This gives the pendant an extra depth. There's also a wire flourish above the stone that resembles a Cancer symbol.


If you're interested in buying any jewelry like this, check out my shop at innerdiameter.etsy.com or send me a note!
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Moonstone Pendant in Silver Wire
Photographs have a tough time capturing the true luster of moonstone. This stone looks almost mystical with its pale blues and flash of rainbow that comes through in different lights. I have hand wrapped this piece in a setting of sterling silver wire. The stone is thick to give a better shine to it, so I had to create a thick setting to hold it securely.


If you're interested in buying any jewelry like this, check out my shop at innerdiameter.etsy.com or send me a note!
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Ammolite Silver Pendant
This pendant has a large ammolite fossil as its focal point. Ammolite is an opalized fossil (coming from ammonite shells), so its color changes magnificently in shifting light. It shows all the colors that you find in a opal - oranges and greens, with hints of blues and reds. The ammolite cabochon is wrapped securely in a sterling silver setting. It looks rather a lot like dragon skin!


If you're interested in buying any jewelry like this, check out my shop at innerdiameter.etsy.com or send me a note!
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Labradorite Pendant in Silver
This pendant features a magnificent labradorite stone. As you can see from the photos, the stone flashes from many different angles, and it shows all the colors that you find in a labradorite - blues and light greens, with some a hint of golden yellow and orange in the corner. The labradorite cabochon is wrapped securely in a sterling silver setting.


If you're interested in buying any jewelry like this, check out my shop at innerdiameter.etsy.com or send me a note!
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Spectrolite Silver Pendant
This variety of labradorite, called spectrolite, comes from Finland. It also has a strong streak pattern rather than just a solid color. The color itself comes from within the stone, and changes depending on the angle that you look at the stone.

I wrapped the stone in a fanciful setting of silver wire. The unusual patterns and color in the stone complement the metal, and the understated curls in the design matches the feel of the stone.


If you're interested in buying any jewelry like this, check out my shop at innerdiameter.etsy.com or send me a note!
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We haven't posted much new work because, unfortunately, not much new work is being created. There are still a few things going on, though! Throughout the past year, there are about 20 new pendants that haven't been photographed.

The first big thing that will happen is: a new camera/lens! Since there is a much larger internet audience than in-person audience, I want to be able to show off our work. I am looking at tilt-shift lenses, especially this one. Tilt-shift lenses let you tilt your focal plane, so you can keep an entire pendant in focus, even when it's at an angle. The lens is a little pricey, but I only have to buy one, ever. Once I have that (and a body to put it on), there should be lots more pretty photos going up.

The second part of my plan is to take a jewelry making course! Despite being adept at wire work, there are so many other types of jewelry that I want to learn. Hopefully I can incorporate some other types of jewelry into my work, and learn a lot in the process.

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Amy and Frank
Artist | Professional | Artisan Crafts
United States
Hi! We're experimenting in the lovely world of wire-wrapping. Making up the designs is so much fun, and we're learning as much as we can about the stones that we wrap. Both of us make the jewelry. We dare you to tell the difference in our work; our moms can't!

Thanks for visiting!
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:iconkanakaai:
Kanakaai Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2016
Thanks for the watch!
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cybelemoon Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful work!   Thanks for choosing to join my group :iconjewelryshowcase:  Please take a moment to look over the welcome note on the groups home page and learn about our folder separations guidelines and more!  I look forward to your future submissions!  :woohoo:

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innerdiameter Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
thanks for the welcome! I've been busy the past week but I'll check out the group some more, soon!
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SoulCinos Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Thank you for the llama! :) (Smile) 
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gusmurphy Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
beautiful jewelery! great job!
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innerdiameter Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
why thank you! ^^
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miamary123456 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Your jewelry is gorgeous!
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innerdiameter Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
why, thank you :D
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miamary123456 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
You're welcome!
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Nakumah Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
By any chance would you be interested in one of these? nakumah.deviantart.com/art/Sta…
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