Abalone Shell and Mother of Pearl Square Pendant, Aroura Borealis Glass Cube Beads and Silverplate Necklace by ishigallery

Abalone Shell and Mother of Pearl Square Pendant, Aroura Borealis Glass Cube Beads and Silverplate Necklace by ishigallery
  • Abalone Shell and Mother of Pearl Square Pendant, Aroura Borealis Glass Cube Beads and Silverplate Necklace by ishigallery
  • Abalone Shell and Mother of Pearl Square Pendant, Aroura Borealis Glass Cube Beads and Silverplate Necklace by ishigallery
  • Abalone Shell and Mother of Pearl Square Pendant, Aroura Borealis Glass Cube Beads and Silverplate Necklace by ishigallery
  • Abalone Shell and Mother of Pearl Square Pendant, Aroura Borealis Glass Cube Beads and Silverplate Necklace by ishigallery
With Ishi Jewelry, Delores has ventured into the art of designing and beading, using semi-precious, stone beads, and pendants. She, also, uses beautiful glass and crystal beads, as well as other fine beading materials. Pendants range from semi-precious stone carvings, Dichroic Glass, Mother of Pearl, Abalone, Wood carvings, and many other forms.
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