Firebird Talisman

Posted: March 15, 2015 by Mo Crow in friends, It's Crow Time
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firebird-talisman-Mo15Firebird Talisman by Mo 2015
lampworked glass feathers by Kathy Dorfer USA, wishbone, shell, grape vine tendrils, eucalyptus flower receptacles, raw amber, vintage glass, brass, bone, myrrh and clay beads from Africa, red linen, cotton & silk threads all bound onto a piece of hand twined ochre stained string from Arnhem Land 1976
Firebird-Talisman-detailmade with love and good vibes for my magic friend Jo New
here’s the gathering
Firebird talisman

  1. fiberels says:

    It looks simply stunning Mo !!!
    (your friend will be delighted !)

    It’s so special to see all of the parts before assembling 😉

  2. epocktextiles (Jane B) says:


  3. Dana says:

    The eucalyptus pods look like heraldic trumpets. All hail to the fiery rebirth of the phoenix!

  4. handstories says:

    It looks like a celebration- very full of powerful energy!

  5. Carol says:

    I’m sure Jo will be absolutely delighted with this magical and beautiful talisman! A truly wonderful gift, Mo. The component parts are lovely but don’t they become incredibly powerful when combined as only you can…

  6. as always…love them and the strength they give!
    ( sorry for being away such a long time)

  7. margaret johnson says:

    Took my breath away on seeing this, Beautiful Mo, such a special one. ox

  8. jude says:

    this one burns

  9. Liz says:

    The naming of things … I love that you do this and that you show the assembling of those things. It makes the finished piece that much more magical.

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