This lovely Chalcedony pendant is a good example of free form wire wrapping. I took a good size (I suggest around 12 inches) of sterling silver, in this case. Inserted the wire about half way through the chalcedony briolette. It’s ok if one side of the wire is not exactly matched up with the other, but close in length. I bent the wires upward and added my seed beads and Swarovski pearls. Next, I crossed the wires at a place where I liked the look…it’s free form, so do your thing. I made my wire wrapped loop up higher and wrapped my wire down from the loop in a free form style. I just love the look of Chalcedony. It’s a beautiful stone. I have some more in my stash…I may have to make earrings next 🙂 Check out this pendant and my other artisan jewelry at http://www.BohemianIce.etsy.com. Click on the photo to see the listing for this pendant.