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Hi, I'm Allan the jewelry maker. I don't have a picture of myself that I want to post on the internet so I used a picture of my neighbor’s cross eyed cat. We don't look alike. I have brown eyes that are not crossed and my ears are not as pointed. But I do have whiskers.

I realized that making wire jewelry was my calling when I first stated working with wire. Every piece is hand made by me with out glue or solder. They are my own design and many are one of a kind. You will get the piece that is in the picture. I hope you like them as much as I enjoy making them.

If any of my wire work ever fails, I will fix it for FREE.

I became interested in crystals in the early 60's. It was just after I got my first transistor radio. All of my friends had one or wanted one. A radio that you could take with…

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  • Joined August 6, 2011

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Wire, Stone, Czech Glass Beads

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About

Hi, I'm Allan the jewelry maker. I don't have a picture of myself that I want to post on the internet so I used a picture of my neighbor’s cross eyed cat. We don't look alike. I have brown eyes that are not crossed and my ears are not as pointed. But I do have whiskers.

I realized that making wire jewelry was my calling when I first stated working with wire. Every piece is hand made by me with out glue or solder. They are my own design and many are one of a kind. You will get the piece that is in the picture. I hope you like them as much as I enjoy making them.

If any of my wire work ever fails, I will fix it for FREE.

I became interested in crystals in the early 60's. It was just after I got my first transistor radio. All of my friends had one or wanted one. A radio that you could take with you anywhere. It had 9 volt battery, It didn't drain a car battery in less than 1/2 hour or need to be plugged in. While discussing this new technology with my dad I learned about what they had in the 30's. All of his friends had crystal radios. A crystal radio didn't need to be plugged in or ever need a new battery. It was powered with a quartz crystal cluster. I wanted to see this. We found a crystal radio kit and put it together. I still remember moving the contact probe around and hitting a “hot spot” on the crystal for the first time. The more I learn about crystals the more I love them. Anytime someone asks me if I think crystals really have power I remember that crystal radio. I tell them I don't think crystals have power. I know crystals have power. I tell them I have seen a radio that uses only a quarts crystal for power.

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