Natural Icon Designs

   Nature abounds with every day treasures! At Natural Icon Designs I make well made, handmade jewellery with a focus on semi precious gemstones, bone, amber, wood and freshwater pearls. I enjoy and take pride in creating every piece myself. Unless otherwise noted all pieces are one of a kind.

If you are interested in making your own treasures, I offer jewellery making classes taught in Calgary, including bead stringing, wire wrapping, making earrings, bracelets and necklaces. My fully equipped studio has a relaxed atmosphere with a low student to teacher ratio and classes are affordable with no pressure to over spend.

  You will not only have fabulous accessories, but also enhanced confidence, self esteem, and the fun and joy of creativity!

   Unlike classes at bead shops, you may bring beads you already have to a class. Supplies for one project are included in the price of the class so you don’t have to worry about keeping track of each bead that you are buying so the focus is totally on learning and designing.

 

               

String Theory Short Necklace Amethyst Fluorite & Freshwater Pearl

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String Theory Short Necklace Amethyst Fluorite & Freshwater Pearl

188.00

Fluorite, Amethyst, silvery pearls and gold plated details make up this kinda fancy necklace! This Amethyst is a very deep purple. Amethyst is a calm and serene stone and coupled with pool green-blue fluorite this necklace is very pleasing to the eye. Measuring 18.5 inches long with a secure lobster claw clasp that fits every link of chain. 

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The "String Theory" style of necklace is made of beads strung on beading wire as well as chain on either side. I prefer chain on the sides as opposed to beads for a variety of reasons. I think it sits better on the shoulders that way, it is adjustable if a different chain or length is required. It's lighter and with three sections if one breaks it's easier to repair than one long beaded necklace on one long wire. That's the theory behind the style :)