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Turquoise, glass, silver and fluorite set
posted by Colleen Shirazi, June 6, 2006 at 3:26 PM (Pacific)

This is oddly the hardest of the sets to photograph. For some reason, the blue-grey lustre glass beads tend to either look grey or else bright blue in the pics. Here at least you can see the fluorite hearts. (There is more commentary in the Image Library itself.)

I've officially switched over from base metal to sterling silver or gold-filled components btw. Base metal is great to practice on, or if you wish to produce very inexpensive pieces. But the first time I used sterling silver (my supplier is out of the gold-filled wire gauge that I want, which is why all of the wire work that follows is silver), I felt that it paid for itself. It's so much more beautiful than base metal wire.


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