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wampidy

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Finished necklaces
« on: January 24, 2015, 05:32:34 PM »

Putting these here because they are not wrapped.

Hematite and jasper. Had to try to do a save on the hole here because I do not have a good vice to hold them while I am drilling and this one slipped a little.




I think this is copper something with hematite. I got it in Quartzsite last year.




Local stone (jasper) with a tiny bit of hematite or metal of some kind.


This was in the box that I won from Tony for guessing the trip miles for the hounding trip in Q. Very odd shaped but I did not want to loose any part of this stone. I think this is my favorite cab ever. Took a bit of HXTAL to hold it together.



Epidot and quartz (I think, just a guess) Local stone.


I think I just posted this in one of my other threads but I will add it here to have them all together. Ice cream opal from Idaho (from Tony of course) with braided carpenters string line. I really like this once it is braided.


Hope ya enjoyed the show.
Jim
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Re: Finished necklaces
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2015, 06:28:42 PM »

I did enjoy the show very much:) Look the shapes and the stones:)
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