Other Bead Woven Pieces In The Gallery: Tibetan Tapestry Bead-Woven Pendant and Strap - Detailed Images
Warren Feld, Jewelry Designer

Tibetan Tapestry Bead-Woven Pendant
with Antique Prayer-Steps Strap

(Detailed Images, Full Image)

The TIBETAN TAPESTRY BEAD-WOVEN PENDANT is an adaptation of one component segment of a bracelet designed by Cynthia Rutledge. It is made with Japanese Miyuki delica and seed beads, using both peyote stitch and brick stitch techniques, to create a type of treasure-pouch. The central focal bead, which is wrapped by the bead weaving "pouch", is a brass and copper bead from India. Brass rondelles and brass drops with a leaf pattern complete the piece. This piece was strung using Nymo thread.

The ANTIQUE PRAYER-STEPS STRAP is my own design. I had seen an intricate metal chain on an old vintage piece of jewelry, and this influenced my design. In the strap, I use Japanese Miyuki bugle beads, Miyuki delica and seed beads, and Austrian crystal beads. The strap is finished off with a gold-filled hook/eye clasp. The strap is strung with FireLine cable thread. The pendant with strap is approximately 26" long.



Pendant and strap, similar to the image shown, with sterling silver or gold-filled clasp,

With a 14KT gold clasp, add $400.00
With 14KT gold drops and rondelles, add $1500.00
With 14KT focal bead, decorative bali style, add $750.00



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