Marcie Stone


2012

















Antique Shell Button Necklace



Greg Hanson


2011
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Paperweight Millefiori glass button




2010
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Paperweight Etched and Carved
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Marcie Stone

Beaded Vintage Abalone Necklace 2011







Beaded Vintage Mother of Pearl Necklace 2010





Marcie Stone
Tide Pod
Beaded Sculpture 2009


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Marcie Stone
Bead Embroidered Neckpiece with Greg Hanson
Glass Cabochon Focal Point 2009







Marcie Stone
Boulder Opal Necklace: Sculptural Peyote Stitch with antique and modern seedbeads, boulder opals and pearls. Private Collection 2004

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Marcie Stone
Sunset Necklace: Hanson glass cabs, sculptural peyote stitch with antique and modern seedbeads, turquoise and amber 2009


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