This bold triangular shaped serape jasper cabochon is topped by a red jasper cabochon and both are embellished with seed beads, metal beads and carnelian beads. Serape jasper is coming to us from the Chihuahua area of Mexico and is named after the striped blanket coat common to that area. Serape jasper polishes to a glossy finish and is a conversation starter for sure.
This pendant is 2 3/4 inches wide at the shoulders and hangs a full 5 1/2 inches from the top of the beaded bail to the tip of the triangle. Several shades of grey are complimented by pink and magenta stripes in the stone.
The pendent is backed by soft grey suede and is hanging on a leather chain enhanced with small silver dots and held by a magnetic toggle. Consider this to be a unisex pendant which could be worn by a manly man on a braided leather rope chain or by a women who understands that I design jewelry for the "not so faint of heart."
A great holiday one of a kind gift for just $120.00.
I have always been attracted to all things natural and earthy. As a bead artist living here in the southwest desert I am surrounded by wonderful lapidary folks giving me access to unusual cuts of jasper and agates that lend themselves to the unique "one of a kind' beaded jewelry I design. Working with natural stones and seed beads which I embroider onto leather or suede using my own original designs with native stitches and techniques I sew or loom each piece individually.Website: www.gaudybyneola.com