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Constellation Jewels- Lacerta

Project Info:

Level: Beginner

Estimated time: 4-6 Hours

By Sam Applegate

Named after an ancient serpent, Lacerta is the smallest constellation zig zagging her way across the Northern Hemisphere. Green onyx has enough depth and intensity to match the tales of Lacerta snaking across the skies.
This project explores a combination of stringing and wire wrapping skills to create a cohesive jewelry set. Techniques include patterning and stringing gemstones, using end tips, and wire wrapping beads and briolettes.

Constellation Jewels- Lacerta

Teal- Micro C-Lon

C-Lon: Micro

$3.15 USD

11/0 Metal Seed Bead Gilding Matte

Metal Beads

$7.50 USD

Little Lobsters- Antique Brass (6 pieces)


$5.25 USD

Vintage Lever Back- Antique Brass (3 pair)

Ear Wires

$4.75 USD

Circle Back- Antique Brass Chain by the Foot


$2.15 USD

ParaWire Non-Tarnish Vintage Bronze- 24G


$4.00 USD

Ultimate Design Board

Design Boards & Storage

$44.95 USD

ParaWire Non-Tarnish Vintage Bronze- 26G


$4.25 USD

Flexible Eye Needles, Fine- 10 Pack


$4.15 USD

GS Hypo Cement


$6.75 USD

Eurotool Bent Nose Plier


$12.95 USD

Eurotool Chain Nose Plier


$12.95 USD

EuroTool Round Nose Plier


$12.95 USD

Eurotool Ultra Flush Cutter


$36.95 USD

Metal Bead Triangles


$6.15 USD

Project Map

Unfortunately, we can no longer source these tiny green onyx rondelles! You can always use a faceted 5mm Czech Glass replacement, or see what's available now in gemstones!