This first necklace is made of small curved slices of polymer. I made 2 complimentary canes by mixing embossing powder into translucent clay, then wrapping each of them in different custom-mixed solid clay. The curved slices are different sizes, so the pieces set each other off in a variety of ways. Interspersed throughout the necklace are teardrop-shaped champagne glass pearls. I think this design is fun and the look could be dressy or more casual. I'm going to have to try it in different colors.
The second necklace here uses some beads I made a while ago. I started with thin extruded snakes wrapped around a round core, then applied a sort of mokume gane approach to slicing into portions of the snakes. Little O beads provide separation and a bit of sparkle.