Victorian Jewelry Tutorial, Wire Wrapped Pendant Pattern



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Making this pendant doesn’t require glue or solder. Pictures and descriptions are designed even for those not yet self-confident enough to call themselves intermediate wire-wrapping artists 🙂

•The process of making this pendant is presented in 8 easy to follow steps.

list of materials necessery for Victorian Jewelry Tutorial
This is the list of materials and tools necessary to make 1 pendant
•I’ve used oxidized copper to create this earrings, but it can be any other wire –brass, copper, silver or gold-filled.

•23 cm (9’’) of 22 or 23 gauge wire (of 0.6 mm in diameter)
*1 drop beads – size 9×6 mm
*3 copper beads – size 3 mm

list of tools
•round-nose pliers
•wire cutters


Important–i do not show how to oxidize (in fact if you want to oxidize your copper wire, you just have to buy liquid which oxidized silver (I usually use such liquid to oxidize copper as well as silver – then there is always a polishing part) and put a wire into the liquid for sometime (2 -3 minutes). But, i do not show it here. On the other hand you can use every kind of wire to create this pattern.

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