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May 18, 2011

Lovely Labradorite, or Upgraded Pendants

 Did  I tell you that I love labradorite? Labradorite is truly a fascinatingly beautiful mineral. Its a mineral whose charm is not fully noticed and may be overlooked if not viewed from the proper position.  The usually intense colors range from the typical blues and violets through greens, yellows and oranges.
Labradorite is a tremendously spiritual stone.  It helps us regain our energy and aids our bodies and spirits in healing themselves. Like the sound and glistening beauty of a gentle rain, this gemstone quiets us physically, emotionally and spiritually...
I had a pretty labradorite cabochons.
One  was classic an oval cab, and I made a netted bezel for it :
I liked it, but something bothered me.
 It was kinda small pendant.
I have never thought that it is possible to upgrade jewelry :)

Now I know- it is possible. I decided to make a "frame" with blackish-blueish pearls. How do you like the result?
Another large labradorite stone combined with labradorite and silver beads became a necklace
 The next necklace "Catch the Moon" is  a result of recycling sterling silver wire :)
Look at this pretty blue color!
The wire beads were made from recycled  "unsuccessful" jewelry:
I hope I did not tire you :)
Another Moon-shaped cabochon was thick.  Besides, I wanted to try different from netting technique
Again, lovely blue :)
 You can see more pictures or buy this jewelry in my on-line store .
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  1. wow, very pretty . the second one is my favorite.

  2. I love Labradorite also. Your work is beautiful and you are amazingly productive.

  3. Stunning! that's all I can say!