“D is for ‘Doorway’”

So sometimes a stone will be very opinionated about what it wants to be, and hoooboy did this one ever have a plan for itself. 

The front of this piece of labradorite is mostly unremarkable, unless you hold it at a pretty sharp angle to the light, or catch some of the glittery silver sparkles in it. But flip it over, and, well. 

I had intended to set it with the glowing side facing out, but it had other ideas, and it was easier to go along with it than to argue. I did however make it pretty much reversible, so if you want to wear it fairyland-side-out, go for it... or you can keep it a secret.

Labradorite, smoked opals, silver wire, and a whole lot of liminality. 

$ 150.00

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My silver wire is .999 fine silver over a copper core, encased in a durable clear enamel coating. (My gold, bronze, rosegold, and copper wires also have the clear enamel coating, unless otherwise specified.) I have been using this wire since I began making jewelry in 2003, because it is extremely non-reactive - people with metal allergies can wear it! - and it does not tarnish. It is also easier for me to manipulate than solid sterling wire, which allows me to hand-sculpt it into the intricate fwooshiness of my trademark style despite the extensive hypermobility caused by Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.

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