A Starry Necklace

Posted: September 28, 2018 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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A Starry Necklace Mo 18
vintage electric blue leather over 4mm cotton rope, white linen and blue Gütermann upholstery thread, antique parchment stars stitched with linen & cotton threads stabilized with silk organza, hand carved slice of tagua (aka Palm Ivory) pentacle, glass and lapis lazuli beads
detail of tagua pentacle & parchment stars stabilized with silk organza
detail of bone bead for the fastening
on Monday I helped sand the gallery floor at Artsite with a belt sander, it was hard yakka but Madeleine is a wiz she attached an industrial vacuum cleaner to the dust extractor hose and it worked a treat!

Comments
  1. Rene says:

    That is absolutely beautiful. Mo.

  2. Margaret Johnson says:

    WOW Mo!!! This is BEAUTIFUL!! I can see YOU wearing this necklace, it’s perfect for you. But I suppose you will be selling it in your next show. YOU are a STAR!!!!….ox

  3. Martine says:

    A Pentagram as stars………….this is so beautiful Mo…………….

  4. vdbolyard says:

    I particularly love the fastener bead.

  5. I love it! The crusting of beads along its length and at the ends is delightful. Each knot holding tight to its bead and keeping it in perfect place, supporting the stars so they have position in the constellation. ❤️

  6. Fiona says:

    Oh that is spectacular Mo! What a stunner and i do hope you get to wear it. And that is definitely hard yakka doing that floor – but it makes big difference – you are a star!

  7. Lana says:

    Such intricacy. Beautiful work MO!

  8. deemallon says:

    Really stunning and full of power.

  9. Mo Crow says:

    (((Nancy))) thanks for visiting!

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