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Equis by AMyriadVice Equis by AMyriadVice
Green Amethyst in silver filled wire, with green amethyst facet rondelles and silver beads.
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Made this one, a small one for my improv. symmetry type work, for a dear friend of mine a little while back. Never actually got around to post it till now... I recall I hadn't made her jewelry before then because I didn't think she used it at all - then she kinda steered me onto the possibility that one might not use it, but still like pretties. Hm.
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Anyway, I've been stocking gems and wire like the ones I've used here, for Avera - my supplying + artist promotion project. Been working on the website a lot of late, hence my recent inactivity.





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Faith Cheong
A Myriad Vice
Avera Studio Supplies
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healingbrushstroke Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Want! can't buy but WANT!
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AMyriadVice Jan 29, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
haha, awwww. I've been off making these for a bit, lately. Maybe time to make more.
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belrosfletcher Oct 7, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Beautiful :)
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silamir Oct 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
beautiful :D
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:iconyanagi-no-yume:
Beautiful work! :heart:
I didn't know green amethysts existed o.o
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AMyriadVice Oct 12, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Hm, I know a friend of mine left a purple one in the sun for a decade and it turned green. Not sure offhand what the process for these is.
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:icondarshu-chan:
That is very pretty, the clear green is beautiful, and I LOVE symmetry! <3
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AMyriadVice Oct 12, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Hahaha, so do I! Symmetry is great. Solves design problems, quite often.
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:iconvinsulalee:
Oooh so delicate and beautiful!
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:iconkittysib:
Beautiful and shiny!:D
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