Every once in awhile, I make what I like to call "Carnival Necklaces." They're made from a random collection of beads in no particular order but each necklace contains one red bead or evil eye bead to ward off maliciousness, one moon bead, one animal bead, and at least one semi-precious stone, usually more than one. They're pretty, and relatively inexpensive. No two are alike and they're random lengths, made without a clasp.
The one pictured here is selling for $18 plus $4 shipping and handling. It has garnets and agates, several enamel beads, including one in the shape of a koi-fish arcing up to the moon, and a small red bead for luck.
Interested folks should contact me at tamyris at earthlink.net. Over the next few days, i'll be posting more of these carnival necklaces.
This is a sweet little bracelet suitable for a child or a woman with slender wrists--it's only 8" in its entirety.
It's made of plastic and glass beads, with a metal fish bead in the center. I"m not certain what the fish is made of; I know it's not silver. I made this so long ago as part of a set (the necklace ended up selling separately) that I just don't recall.
I'm selling this for $8 with $4 shipping and handling (if it's less, i'll reimburse the difference in shipping and handling). Contact me at tamyris at earthlink.net if you're interested.