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Copper Wire Coiled Bead Bowl by WiredElements Copper Wire Coiled Bead Bowl by WiredElements
Lapis and agate beaded wire bowl using coiling basketry techniques. Measures about 2.5" across. Yes it's tiny!
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Given 2012-08-30
Copper Wire Coiled Bead Bowl by ~WiredElements is an unusual work of art, and the beads add a touch of color and distinction to this amazing wire-basketry piece. ( Suggested by xlntwtch and Featured by Talty )
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AnUndefinedRomance Jan 3, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's incredible how small it is...but as a functional bowl many times larger, it would look just brilliant in any home.

Very fine work here, my friend.
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ZenScout Sep 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
this is a Beautiful show of Your craftsmanship !
Take A Long Bow !!

Thank You so much for Sharing Your Talent
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:iconwiredelements:
Thank you!! Very nice of you to say:)
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Humdedum16 Sep 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This is absolutely amazing! Your craftsmanship is impeccable! The fact that you used wire is really impressive too!
I made a whole dress doing the coil basket technique if you want to see my gallery!
Also, congrats on a well-deserved DD!
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:iconwiredelements:
I saw your dress, it was terrific and innovative and inspiring!!
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Humdedum16 Sep 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much! I love getting feedback, so it really means a lot, especially coming from someone with such great talent! Awesome job.
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claire109 Aug 31, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Oh. I was wondering how big it was- if it was full size, say 6 inches, you'd have had to annul that wire so many times it would've just melted without doing anything! I love the piece though. Beautiful work. Whatever will you put in it?
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This type of wirework does not work harden the wire very much and doesn't need annealing. So it is possible to make it as large as you like! The main reason it is small is due to the amount of time it takes:)) Thank you !!!
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claire109 Sep 1, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
You're very welcome, and thanks for the info!- What gauge wire did you use?
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