An ancient stone, turquoise chandelier is a symbol of life and a gift of friendship. The ancient Egyptians, Aztecs and Native Americans have revered turquoise. Prized for its healing properties, it acquires its turquoise blue green copper and iron. Pearls are available in ovals, circles, geisha, chips and more. Complement pale blue with silver. Combine turquoise with coral red or copper.
Go natural. Create a turquoise chandelier with wooden beads pearls recycled Mykonos. (See Resources) Place grain pattern on a bead board or cloth grain. Cut wire 24 inches. Connect an old copper crimp bead and a part of a toggle clasp. Loop new cable through crimp bead. Tighten crimping pliers. A combination of turquoise string rounds, followed by one or two wooden beads.
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When leaving an elegant turquoise chandelier from flat oval beads, which are consistent in size and brightness. In a bead board, turquoise flat oval beads silver round beads alternate. Cut 19 inches of wire jewelry. Place a crimp bead and silver toggle clasp onto the wire. Loop new cable through crimp bead, then secure. Drop design thread to make a necklace of 16 inches. Repeat the same method for pressing the cable to complete collar.