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Clover green briolette necklace

Spring — the season where green is always in fashion — is just around the corner. I couldn’t resist the fresh feel of these faceted briolettes paired with gleaming silver chain. The design is a breeze and the effect is sweetly eye-catching. I might just have to wear this springtime strand all year long!


Necklace 17 in. (43 cm)

  • 9 22 mm briolettes
  • 12 4 mm bicone crystals
  • flexible beading wire, .014 or .015
  • 14–16 in. (36–41 cm) chain, 5–6 mm links
  • 5 mm jump ring
  • 2 crimp beads
  • 2 Wire Guardians
  • lobster claw clasp
  • 2 pairs of pliers
  • diagonal wire cutters
  • crimping pliers (optional)


Clover green briolette necklace 1
Step 1
Cut a 10-in. (25 cm) piece of beading wire. String a bicone crystal and a briolette. Repeat the pattern eight times, then string a bicone. Center the beads.
Clover green briolette necklace 2
Step 2
Cut two 6–7 in. (15–18 cm) pieces of chain. On each end of the beaded strand, string a crimp bead, a bicone, a Wire Guardian, and an end link of a chain. Go back through the last few beads strung and tighten the wire. Crimp the crimp bead and trim the excess wire.
Clover green briolette necklace 3
Step 3
Check the fit and trim chain from each end if necessary. Open a jump ring. On one end, attach the chain and a lobster claw clasp. Close the jump ring.
These beads are pear-shaped chrysoprase, but any large briolette will work well with this design.
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