Three is a powerful number. It is a
numeric symbol of universal significance. Reference to the number three appears in many
cultures, mythology and religions. The
number three is also important in regards to artistic creativity. There is
something about three that works across all mediums, formats and sizes. Three
balances, has a point of interest and brings symmetry to art.
Using the idea of three to bring
symmetry to the necklace design, three oval crystal stones are used to create
the pendant for the necklace. Each stone
sits independently within a three tiered bezel. The bezeled stones are connected together
using an embellished three pearl component.
The necklace straps are made up of segments of beadwork attached
together using the same pearl component that is part of the pendant to bring
cohesiveness to the design. A double
attached pearl component is used for the necklace closure. Peyote stitch is used to construct the design.
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July 27 thru 30 2017
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