A pair of rather delicate-looking necklaces, each one with a small stone magatama pendant; these were generated during the "brainstorm" phase of a recent commission project. 14lb-test gel-spun polymer, sterling silver endcaps/clasps. The washed-out size-comparison coin is a US dime.
The one with the goldfish-carnelian magatama also has 8mm goldfish-carnelian rounds and 6mm "red" (more orange) aventurine rounds in the main strand; there are also some small rondelles of peach moonstone in the centerpiece region and at the ends. The remaining beads (two-tone pressed-glass leaves, mini-bugles, seed beads etc.) are Czech glass. (It's something of an "autumn leaf" variation of an earlier necklace with a green onyx magatama and fewer leaves.) Final length 23" along the main strand, measured from one side of the clasp to the other.
In the red/black one, the magatama looks like black onyx in this pic, but it actually has dark grey translucent regions as well; the remaining beads are Czech glass. Strand length 21".