"Forever Crystals" was made
using three wire wrapped pendants by Robert Sprung. This talented young
artist made these in 1998 with sterling silver and gold filled wire. The
stones are wrapped creatively and with meticulous attention to detail.
Note the basket weave bails and the different textured wire.
The stones in
the first pendant (from left to right): Herkimer Quartz Crystal.
In the next pendant:
Crystal Quartz and a slice of Watermelon Tourmaline.
number three: Quartz Crystal, Imperial Topaz, Emerald and Watermelon
They will forever be magical to
A close-up of
Robert's phenomenal wire wrapping
Crystals are gifts from the earth. It is up
to us to provide a setting for them that brings out their full natural
beauty, and a place where they can be admired by many.
Currently, we are
working to make the future Love, Peace and Beads
Museum a reality. It will be a
place with marvelous exhibits from around the world, and of course the
Until then, you
may be able to get up close to the panels
during select events. Or see all of them right here, online forever.
To find out who dedicated the beads from this section and who they're
dedicated to, go to the Love &
Peace Journal, starting on
page 26 >>
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Beads are simple
things. Their message is urgent: to make a necklace, beads can be
arranged in any pattern, using any shape, color, size, age, origin
and material. The finished necklace always comes out beautiful. Just
as it ought to be with people in a functioning community.
Necklace is the very core and spine of the Love & Peace Project.
More so than any other symbol, it helps visualize love and
compassion we have for others. Accepting and embracing all.