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Mermaid Gothic Bronze Smoke Bracelet Cuff by LadyPirotessa Mermaid Gothic Bronze Smoke Bracelet Cuff by LadyPirotessa
We haven't had a chance to create in a while but found some time today!
 
Mermaid, smoke wire, color shifting blue eye, swarovski droplets. 

For more information or how to have this mermaid treasure for your daily adventures, look here: www.etsy.com/listing/524085275…

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JackalyenMystique Featured By Owner Edited Jun 11, 2017  Professional Writer
This is such a lovely, mythical look. You should call this piece "The Siren's Eye", which a sailor has as a memento after escaping from the bewitching yet lethal grasp of a mermaid siren. And I notice that a lot of your work has "eye" gemstones. Is that your trademark?
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LadyPirotessa Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
very much so :) I am so glad that you noticed and that you like them!
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JackalyenMystique Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2017  Professional Writer
Ah, cool! Was there something in particular about "eyed" gemstones that made them stand out to you more than other stones? And you're welcome.
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LadyPirotessa Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I've always loved eyes. They are not only the window to the spirit/soul but they also tend to make you wonder (kind of like how you are now :) ) Some people are "creeped out" yet for others it drags them in. Besides, they are really fun to paint! 
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JackalyenMystique Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2017  Professional Writer
Ah, I see. Well I can certainly understand that! I find eyes to be an attractive human feature myself, too. So eye gemstone jewelry makes sense.
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