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Wire Wrap - Eye Blue Violet Pendant Super Shift 1 by LadyPirotessa Wire Wrap - Eye Blue Violet Pendant Super Shift 1 by LadyPirotessa
Serious color shifting 20mm eye! Wrapped in storm silver wire with crystal embellishments. Depending on the lighting, shadow, how bright it is outside or inside is what color you get!

Pendant with Brooch / Pin Backing for multi use. A One of a kind piece!

Colors: Blue to Cerulean to Sky to Violet to Purple to Black.

Dimensions:
Over 2 1/4 inches (60mm) Wide
Over 2 inches (55mm) High

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Given 2012-08-11
Wire Wrap - Eye Blue Violet Pendant Super Shift 1 by ~LadyPirotessa is an unique piece of statement jewelry, with a mesmerizing wrapping work and an impressive color-shifting effect also achieved by the artist. ( Suggested by SavageFrog and Featured by Talty )
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Avitalushka85 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014
Hi! im from Israel. can i buy this necklace? how much please?
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LadyPirotessa Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Greetings,

This one was sold back in 2012. You can send me a private message and we can talk about making you a similar piece.

~Lady Pirotessa
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Jmccracken Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Awsome work and detail!
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LadyPirotessa Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much!
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SnapDragonfly59 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2014
Just want to say that your work is beautiful.  I read the crap on the "rip off" site and it infuriated me so much that I want to learn to make these too;-)  I do wire wrapping and have looked at others work for inspiration as well as used my own ideas.  To say that you ripped off anything is ridiculous.  That would be like saying that Borden can't make milk cause Foremost made it first (or whatever;-).  Love you work and your spunk.  Keep it up.
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LadyPirotessa Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much for all the kind words and wonderful support. It means a great deal! 
It's been almost two years since that post and it rarely comes up any more but for a while it was very draining, especially with the constant barrage from the same person repeatedly on every site. Also, you should learn how to make the eyes and wire wrap them! More for the fact that it is fun, different and they are always interesting :) There are tons of tutorials out there too!

Thank you again for your amazing support! It's fans like you that really help to keep me going :) :heart:
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SnapDragonfly59 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014
I would love to.  Can you point me in the direction of some tutorials?  Thank you;-)
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LadyPirotessa Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Here are a few great ones:




From all of that, have fun :)
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SnapDragonfly59 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014
Thank you so much! 

Exactly what I was looking for;-)

I can't wait to try this. 

I have been wire wrapping pendants mostly for gifts for a few years but have found myself being a little bored with the process.  Then I went to Quartzsite in Arizona over MLK holiday and found my creative juices flowing again and I've been trying to learn to weave wire ever since.  These will be very helpful.

Take care - Cheri
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LadyPirotessa Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, you are more than welcome! Again I highly recommend Hanna for technique. Her work is amazing and she has a wonderful feel for swirl work. One you get through her stuff, you can also SIFT through all the different things at: www.jewelrylessons.com/tutoria… They are also wonderful, but you really need to search and use the filters for the right tutorials :)
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