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18-21" Pendant Necklace Waves of Ocean Blues Polymer Clay Lampwork Capsia Beads Black Leather Cord Silver Lobster Clasp and Adjustment Chain

Pretty waves of Ocean colored Polymer Clay Centerpiece with two coordinating Silver-Lined Lampwork Glass Pandora-style Caspia Beads surrounding the Pendant. The Pendant is 1-1/4" round. The necklace is Black Leather Cord. Closure is a Silvertone Lobster Clasp. Simple and Elegant styling. It adjustable from 18" to 21".

NOTE: The last photo shows another Pendant Necklace I have available in my Shop. Here's that link:
Blue/Black Swirl: https://www.etsy.com/listing/77914304/16-19-blue-and-black-swirl-polymer-clay

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Item# P038
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LAMPWORK BEADS: "Lampworking is a type of glasswork where a torch or lamp is primarily used to melt the glass. Once in a molten state, blowing and shaping with tools and hand movements form the glass. It is also known as flame working or torch working, as the modern practice no longer uses oil-fueled lamps. ...Lampworking became widely practiced in Murano, Italy in the 14th century. In the mid 19th century lampwork technique was extended to the production of paperweights, primarily in France, where it became a popular art form, still collected today. Lampworking differs from glassblowing in that glassblowing uses a furnace and glory hole as the primary heat source, although torches are also used. Early lampworking was done in the flame of an oil lamp, with the artist blowing air into the flame through a pipe. Most artists today use torches that burn either propane or natural gas, or in some countries butane, for the fuel gas, mixed with either air or pure oxygen as the oxidizer."
-- Lampworking
-- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

POLYMER CLAY: Like its early 20th century precursor, Bakelite, Polymer Clay is a malleable clay whose use is commonplace in artistic designs today. It became popular in about the 1980s. It is a composite containing a PVC base which is modified by the addition of mineral oil, lecithin or other odorless mineral spirits. It retains it shape once heat is applied. Polymer clay is available in many colors, which can be mixed to create a wide range of colors or gradient blends. Special-effect colors and composites include translucent, fluorescent, phosphorescent, and faux "pearl," "metallic," and "stone." Since it is lightweight, it is a lovely addition to beads and artisan jewelry.

18-21" Pendant Necklace Waves of Ocean Blues Polymer Clay Lampwork Capsia Beads Black Leather Cord Silver Lobster Clasp and Adjustment Chain

$18.50

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Inch and a Quarter Round Ocean Blue Polymer, Pandora Style Ocean Blue Capsia Beads, with Silver Lining, 18 to 21 Inch Black Leather Cord, Rhodium Plated Bale, Rodium Plated Lobster Claw, and Adjustment Chain
  • Only ships within United States.
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