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Inner Phoenix Pendant: Back-lit by Nambroth Inner Phoenix Pendant: Back-lit by Nambroth
This is a backlit photo of the Inner Phoenix Pendant, to show the beautiful 'phoenix' better!! This is a natural formation within the stone. Not painted, or anything like that.
Original photo: [link]

A very special pendant which will be a gift! This is a piece of Plume Agate. Thank you for jogging my memory, innerdiameter!

While this piece is not for sale since it's a gift, I do sell my other pendants. See below!

FAQ stuff, please read before asking:

- Yes! I do sell these! They are for sale here: [link]

-I hand wrap these pieces with nothing more than my fingers and some bitty pliers.
-I purchase the stones already cut and polished from rock and gem shows.
-My silver is purchased directly from a precious metals silver refinery.
-I use several different gauge and shaped wires in each piece.
-My methods are 100% self taught, unplanned, and haphazard and I do not plan on creating tutorials on how to make these. If you want to learn wire-wrapping there are already some good tutorials out there if you search on Google. Just please be respectful of the work and years I've invested in learning how to create my pendants and don't directly copy my work (I rely on these to pay my bills!).

Thanks for looking. :)
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AokitianWolf Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2012  Student General Artist
Oh my gawd... that is absolutely beautiful!
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celdragon Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
really beautiful piece
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InkedInBlack Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011
This is absolutely gorgeous, if you were to sell something using opal or fire opal what would a ballpark price range be?
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Nambroth Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011  Professional General Artist
Oh goodness, it would all really depend on the value of the opal used. Opals of this size can range from $20 for a poor one up to $20,000 for a very good one..!! Plus the silver and time invested of course.
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InkedInBlack Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011
Ah good to know! Thank you for the speedy response!
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Piezelle Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2011  Hobbyist
Woah. Inner Phoenix totally fits that.
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bonefish Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow! It really comes to life when hit by light at the right angle. Lovely imperfections in the amber, they're very feather-like... "phoenix" is a fitting name for the design. Great work!
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windfalcon Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
This is such an amazing pendant. Stones are just so fascinating...one in a million, and it was this!
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amongstheliving Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011
this is GORGEOUS! it took my breath away, nice!!
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