Do you know sea glass? These are small glass fragments that have been ground soft and milky over the years between sand and gravel. Collecting them therefore has the purpose of cleaning beaches in addition to beauty.
Here I wrapped a piece of white sea glass with purple leaves.
The red carbochon is probably Carnelian, bought in Germany
(yes, sometimes I also like to process purchased gems).
Made and photographed in Greece.
From Wikipedia: Carnelian is an opaque to slightly translucent variety of chalcedony with two-tone red-white to orange-white bands. It therefore consists of quartz in fibrous form, the fine-crystalline structure of which only becomes visible under the microscope.
And another beautiful ‘tree of life’ in the colors of the sea.
The brown trunk wraps around a beautiful, pale green gemstone, the leaves are in green and turquoise.
Same coloured leaves also form the end of the necklace.