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By: Gini
Project Type:  Bead Stringing    

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Rose Quartz Pendant

 Rose Quartz Pendant

The Rose Quartz Flower that is the focal point of this Necklace is a classic carving that can be used for many types of projects. It is available in many type of materials. We have seen it in Clear and Opaque Crystal, Rhodonite, Jade, Sodalities, Lapis Lazuli, and Turquoise. The seed beads, smaller crystals and Swarovski Pearls help to keep the costs down and keep the necklace light in weight. So find your flower and get creative with color, we hope you enjoy this creating and wearing this project.



  • 54 inches .018 Acculon, Bealon or other Tiger Tail type of beading wire

  • 10 - 3 x 6 facetted rose quartz crystal disc beads

  • 2 - rose quartz 10 mm teardrops

  • 6 - 6mm white Swarovski pearls

  • 8 - 4mm white Swarovski pearls

  • 1 bottle white AB Delicas beads

  • 1 - 2mm sterling silver bead

  • 1 - sterling silver S hook clasp

  • 4 - sterling silver crimp beads

  • 4 - sterling silver crimp covers

  • 2 - double-drilled pearl spacer bars


  • 1 – 2” carved rose quartz flower with center hole

  • 1 –10 mm white Swarovski pearl

  • 8 – 3mm green freshwater pearls

  • 12 inches #24 silver wire

  • 6 inches #22 silver wire


To assemble the pendant:

  1. Cut 6 inches #22 silver wire and center it in the center hole of the quartz flower.

  2. Press the wire tightly against the front and back of the flower, and then turn a half twist at the back of the flower petal.

  3. Grasping just above the pendant and holding the wires together tightly, place them at the back (large end) of the jaw of round-nose pliers.

  4.  Turn the wire forward, toward yourself and the pendant, to shape a round hanger, the bail, then wrap the ends tightly around the bottom of the wire 3 times, concealing it behind the flower.

  5. To make the decorative center of the flower, cut 12 inches of #24 silver wire.

  6. Place a 3mm green freshwater pearl on the wire about an inch from the end, then double the wire.

  7. Twist the doubled wire gently until you have a wire stem around ½ inch long.

  8. Continue the process, twisting the stems side by side, and gently shaping then into a small circle, approximately 1/8 inch across.

  9. Twist the ends together to close the circle. These will represent the stamens of the flower, so the number and length can vary according to your preference.

  10. Next, place 6” of #22 silver wire through the hole of the 10mm pearl and center the wire.

  11. Twist the ends together once, then place the circle of stamens behind the pearl. Insert the wire on the 10 mm pearl through the center hole of the flower and wrap around the wire forming the pendant hanger.

  12.  The pendant is ready to be placed on the necklace.

To Assemble the necklace:

  1. Cut two 27” strands of wire.

  2. Place tape 2 ½ inches from one end of each of the wires.

  3. On the top strand, string 5 and 1/4 inches of Delicas seed beads and a double drilled pearl spacer (using the top hole).

  4. Next, place 2 inches of Delicas beads, one 4mm pearl, one 3 x 6 mm rose quartz disc, one 6mm pearl, one 3x 6 rose quartz disc, one 4mm pearl, and 1 and ½ inches of Delicas seed beads.

  5. On the bottom strand, place 5 and 3/8 inches of Delicas seed beads and thread through the bottom hole of the double-drilled pearl.

  6. Next, place 1 and 15/16 inches of seed beads, one 4mm pearl, one 3/6 rose quartz disc, one 6mm pearl, one 10mm rose quartz teardrop, one 6mnm pearl, one 3 x 6 mm rose quartz disc, one 4mm pearl, and 1 and ½ inches of Delicas seed beads.

  7. Both strands of wire will pass through the next three beads. Please note that both wire strands pass through the three center beads, so make sure the beads selected have big enough holes to do so.

  8. Place both strands through one 3x6 mm rose quartz disc and the 2mm silver bead. This is the center point of the necklace.

  9. Add the Pendant, and then pass both strands through one 3x6 mm rose quartz disc.

  10. String the other half in mirror image, matching the lengths and checking to make sure everything drapes properly.

  11. When satisfied, attach your clasp.

  12. Crimp the strand to the rings of the S hook at each end, then cover with the four crimp covers.

  13. Often, one end of the S hook will have to be opened a little for the ring to slip on and off.




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This was the greatest class and instructor EVER!
I went into this class thinking it would be very tedious, something fun to try, probably make something cool, but not anything I would try again. My main objective was to learn about soldering without having to invest money in tools/materials I might never use again.
Dave is a great teacher. The class was nonstop education. It was a lot of info on selling, techniques, tips, etc. Never did I feel rushed or bogged down. Dave took a great amount of time individually helping each of us. Answering even unrelated questions. He showed us ways to make silver smiting fast (big fan) and profitable.
I completed 2 projects, and felt confident enough to help a couple other students a bit. I am in awe of my projects, and although they are not my usual aesthetic, I love them, and will now set up a space to do more pieces, combining the techniques I learned with some enameling techniques.
I can't rave about Dave enough. He is so organized, calm, patient and funny. He is safety conscious and critiques your work by teaching you what you could do better. He makes you feel confident in what you are doing.
If you get the chance, take his class. I can't wait for the advanced ones.

Class review by Miranda Ackerley:

This is the perfect class for anyone wanting to learn how to be a successful silversmith, whether for yourself or your business. I’ve taken a silversmithing class before, but was unable to continue making silversmithing pieces because of how expensive the supplies were. Therefore, I was most impressed by how affordable the tools and supplies used in this silversmithing class were. Unlike other silversmithing classes, Dave taught me how to use supplies that are less expensive and don’t require their own room to keep from burning my house down. After the class, I was able to purchase the supplies and set up an area on my kitchen table to work without spending a small fortune. I think Dave can make any unsure beginner feel like an expert, and I left with the confidence to make beautiful pendants on my own.

Class Review By Alexis Brown

Just a note to thank you again for the great Intro to Silversmithing class. I learned so much in the 2 short days... and you gave me such a renewed appreciation for Southwestern jewelry.  I have a large collection of Native American jewelry that I have collected for many years... just looking at those pieces now, and realizing what is involved to create these pieces... well, I'm in awe!.

Karen V

Dave Smith’s Beginning Silversmithing class was AWESOME! Two days of nonstop education. Dave is very organized, patient and entertaining. He took time to help each person individually while keeping the rest of the class working too. He is safety conscious and critiques your work by teaching you what you could do better while instilling confidence in what you are doing. I am quite impressed with my project pieces and can't wait for the advanced class. I have been making and selling beaded jewelry for about 4 years and while I love the creative aspect, I haven’t really found my ‘nitch’. Until now! Thanks Dave,

Laury H

Hi Dave, I just wanted to thank you again for the Silversmithing class you taught at Beadoholique in Spring, Texas. I had a great time and FINALLY learned to solder without being scared of it. I am quite happy with my piece and enjoyed your way of teaching. I too teach jewelry classes and I'm a fine silver snob!! There's nothing like it although I am told gold is wonderful to work with but too rich for my 'not very deep' pockets! Thanks again and I hope to be in another one of your classes somewhere in time.

 Kathy C.

I have been wanting to attend a silversmithing class to learn about the techniques because I didn't want to learn on my own, and I am so glad I waited! I was blown away with the quality of instruction and how many techniques we were able to learn in just two days. Everything we needed was provided for the class, and I was so impressed with the preparation that is taken to get ready for students. Dave was great with giving 1 on 1 attention to each student (even in a large class), was extremely patient for those that were slower learners, and made difficult techniques seem simple with giving professional hints and tips. Plus he even pushed through and continued the course when he was sick. Dave gave us lots of options to get everything we needed to start on our own, including tools, materials, and instructional dvd's/'online content at very competitive prices as well. I was so impressed with my own work and enjoyed it so much that I decided to purchase a kit and the online instruction so I could review our techniques and learn new ones. The online content is fabulous; it gives you a view that would just be like your own on the bench, and even shows how to prevent or fix mistakes! Dave gave me the confidence to start making pieces the very next day on my own, and I'm very excited to have learned this skill. I couldn't have been happier with the class and the instructor. If you decide to take this course I guarantee you will not be disappointed!


Melissa M.

Hi Dave, I was in your class at Argenta Bead Company this past September. After your class I took another beginner silversmith class because a pendant, ring and possibly a bracelet was to be taught and I wanted more practice and knew I'd probably get to learn different techniques with silversmithing. So far the class has only worked on a ring. I am very thankful I found your class because this class is more of a craft class. I got to experience an acetylene torch, saw, warm pickle and paste flux (I prefer your method for flux & pickle) but it has been very frustrating and illogical with some procedures. Many students have had to re-solder pieces because the instructor did not do a good job at showing how to manipulate the solder with heat. Because you made us watch twice how solder follows heat I was able to save my solder when it balled up on the inside of my ring connection. Very proud moment for me because I was in a state of panic. There is much more I can point out but it would be a book. If I hadn't found your class and took just this other one I would have given up on making jewelry, and I want this to be a business. So thank you for sharing your skills and experience. I hope to take another class from you some day.


Rick C.

This was so much more than a soldering class. I went home and created jewelry for my wife and kids. They love it!

Tiffany H.

OMG! I am so looking forward to the advanced silversmithing class. I am the only student at my school who is making their own sterling body art.


 Amber T.

I tried learning in on-line silversmithing classes but there just wasn't enough detail about how to solder a bezel or how to handle the problems I was having. Dave covered all that in class. My comfort level is enough now that I plan to start selling as soon as I get enough pieces created. 

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