Thin hollow keshi tubes cut from lapis, and seed pearls are strung together to make a 16-inch necklace. The piece is strung on an interesting wire. Nineteen strands of steel are twisted together and coated with nylon. The wire(s) measure .010 inches when finished. It is then threaded inside the lapis keshi and seed pearls.
The pattern is completely random. The result of stringing three or four white pearls or deep blue lapis keshi next to each other, catch the viewer's eye. Dark blue in places, luminescent white in others.
Can be strung to any length by a commission.