Labradorite pendants

I’m having a labradorite phase. I’ve recently bought one string of faceted labradorite beads. Unfortunatly only 1/3 of them has those gorgeous blue and green flashes that everybody (including me) loves. The rest is just grey. Anyway, I’ve already made several pendants (out of the prettier ones). Two of them are sold, the other ones are still available (here and here). You could think that since labradorite is elegant and grey, everything will just automatically …

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Black Cthulhu

“We want more Cthulhus!” is the most popular request that I get the most from my potential customers. The problem is, I’m out of suitable green beads and it’s been sort of hard to come across them. But I promise, I’ll buy more when the opportunity arrives. I had one green bead left, so I currently have one classic Cthulhu listed on Etsy. Not anymore. But I thought, I would actually wear a Cthulhu pendant …

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Small fluorite pendant

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 …

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