Apparently there is some demand for smaller pendants than the ones I usually make (which is at least 5cm). The smallest wrapped item I can make is about 2.5-3cm, like this neutral-looking pendant.
Have I mentioned what my favourite minerals are? It’s fluorite, which is relatively cheap, labradorite, which is relatively expensive and turquoise, which can be both, depending on type and other factors.
This fluorite bead is almost neutral, except for a few tiny purple spots in the middle. It’s also half opaque which makes it look a bit foggy. I used fire polished beads, because they’re neutral in colour and still have decorative iris sparkles, which compliment the main bead.