Nautilus

Spiral Inspired Necklace
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Description
In ancient art and symbolism, the spiral is indicative of time passing, the yearly cycle of the seasons or the cycles of the moon, and phases of women's lives. The pattern begins with the chambers outlined in the clasp's fossilized ammonites, through the asymmetrical spiral of the two beaded strands, to the pressed-glass shell pendant.

SKU: EP0343

Author/Speaker/Editor: Linda Naoi Goetz

Format: eProject

Details
Required Materials: Rounds, mirror squares, rectangles, ammonite, hook-and-eye clasp, head pins, crimp tubes, wire, beading wire. See project for complete list.
Tools Needed: Wire cutters, round-nose pliers, crimping pliers. See project for complete list.
Techniques Used: Wirework, Stringing
Finished Size: 17 1/2"
Originally Published: Stringing, Summer 2007

SKU: EP0343

Author/Speaker/Editor: Linda Naoi Goetz

Format: eProject