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The spectacular blue-green-gold metallic colors of the Northern Lights layer these polymer clay tubes crafted to imitate the earthy textures of raku, a Japanese pottery technique that coats rough-surfaced clay with metallic washes and then fires them quickly in a wood-fired kiln.

This 26” necklace includes labradorite chips and two tone crystal gray baroque shape glass beads. The 2 1\/2” pendant is handforged of steel, with handmade wrapped steel oval charms, a wrapped steel wire square, a polymer clay donut, a beach stone dangle with a bone washer and a silver-coated pewter hand charm. The pendant is connected to the strung beads with matching handcrafted steel jumprings.

All the polymer beads are carefully handmade, fired, coated in micaceous iron oxide and then metallic powders, and finished finally with a coat of satin varathane to seal them away from moisture and wear. These beads are handmade by Stories They Tell of Premo polyclay, one of the highest-quality and hardest polymer clays available and blended to my own color palette.

The Aurora Borealis Necklace will come packaged in a classy black box suitable for giftgiving.

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Aurora Borealis Necklace Polymer Clay Faux Raku

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: steel, polymer clay, labradorite, glass beads, beach stone, silver coated pewter
  • Feedback: 88 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Vermont, United States.