Reversible larimar pendant

This piece of larimar has two polished flat sides with natural rock edging, so I wrapped in a way to hold it securely, but still show the edges. I hammered a frame and then used netting to hold the rock in. I really hate how fiddly netting is to get to look good, but it’s worth it when you end up with results like this :D

Materials: larimar sterling silver

Techniques: netting wire weaving hammering

A flower does not compete with the beauty around it, it just blooms.

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Cheryl Lojewski ...

Larimar is one of my favorite stones. Beautiful design!

Becca Ross ...

Mine too :D It’s like water reflecting light. I love it.

Diana Sclafani -Huntress Di Creations ...

I love them, absolutely stunning. I would love to learn the weaving technique, I have tried my hand at wrapping and the 2 I did came out great although aesthetically pleasing to anyone except for myself. (1 of each -Crystal and Pale Pink Agate)

Cindy Weingate ...

Love the Larimar and the wire work!

Becca Ross ...

I will post a link to the video I have on youtube about this technique.

Thank you!

Becca Ross ...

JeniferJsGems ...

This technique might be perfect for a piece of Jade I’ve been trying to wrap with unsatisfactory results. I’m new at wire wrapping. I’ll have to watch your video.

Becca Ross ...

I hope it helps :)

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