This vertical wave design is one of my oldie but goodies, although my chances to make them are few and far between because they are surprisingly labor intensive. Making them is relatively easy but, stringing them is frustrating and very challenging. I still make them from time to time when life seems too easy. I won’t mention all my secrets about the construction here on the World Wide Web, but there isn’t a flexible needle in existence that will go through this many curves. The stones in this piece are amethyst, white topaz, peridot, blue topaz, and pink tourmaline. The pendant is 14k gold and measures about 1.5 inches by .5 inch. It is strung to 17.5 inches with pink freshwater, cultured, corn shaped pearls and micro facetted rhodolite garnet accents at regular intervals. The style of the clasp is a lobster claw.
Vertical Wave in 14k Gold