Copper wire and primary colors contemporary lampwork and vintage glass bead necklace

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WHEW, this one is bright!  Primary colors here - red, blue, yellow, with a little sky blue to temper the boldness.  I don't know why I ended up with all these beads that remind me of candy!  Maybe it's that vivid cinnamon red!  Carnival colors and swirls in contemporary lampwork offset the vintage red diamonds and the little contemporary accent beads.  Pendant is 3 3/4 inches long by 1 inch wide, and necklace is 25 inches long (open).

PRICE:  $50.00           INQUIRY/ORDER

A small bit of information regarding the bail on this focal bead and others like them on this site:  They were made with the assistance of an incredibly useful jewelry wire bending jig called the Wire Wizard.  This jig is high quality, and Corrine Gurry, the woman who invented the jig, is a clever and resourceful lady with a lot "going on". SMILE!  If you are interested in purchasing a Wire Wizard jig for your own use, please go to Ms. Gurry's website:  I also highly recommend her instructional video - it is clear, thorough, and will give you a good strong base of information - plus a lot of great ideas! - to get you started making your own bent wire jewelry.

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