“Naima”

“Naima” was named for a beautiful song by John Coltrane. The main technique is soutache and bead embroidery with an outer border of knotted nylon cord. The central cabochon is agate and the light purple cabs are charoite. There are small moonstone, amethyst, turquoise, jasper, and carnelian cabs in the design along with vintage and apple coral beads. This piece was a finalist in the 2015 Bead Dreams show (finished jewelry). Item #Necklace_02 RelatedRead More →

“Naima” was named for a beautiful song by John Coltrane. The main technique is soutache and bead embroidery with an outer border of knotted nylon cord. The central cabochon is agate and the light purple cabs are charoite. There are small moonstone, amethyst, turquoise, jasper, and carnelian cabs in the design along with vintage and apple coral beads. This piece was a finalist in the 2015 Bead Dreams show (finished jewelry).

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