Rachel had dark brown hair and eyes. She is a marketing executive and I imagine dresses well and appropriately for business. Outside of work she has a keen interest in sports, friends and music.
I raided my son's fossil collection and found a shark's tooth fossil from Australia, millions of years old. I wrapped it in fine gauge copper wire so I could attach it to a jump ring and subsequently to whatever I'd make to go with it.
In my stash I found some wonderful ribbed gunmetal soldered rings. I made a chain of those, linked with antique bronze jump rings, for my central focal segment, then added the shark's tooth.
I made two accent pieces to frame the central chain by creating two sequences: a gunmetal bead, two gunmetal bicone-shaped beads, a gunmetal bead, slid onto long antique bronze headpins with the heads cut off, making loops each end to attach to the central chain on one end and purchased antique bronze chain on the other. The necklace was finished with a simple spring ring clasp with eyelet closure.