I feel I haven't given this design nearly enough attention - it's a challenge to get it just right. It's pretty dazzling with just the right kind of contrast, isn't it? The colors are intense peachy/pumpkin'y yellow, deep wine red, a nice blue-purple for the bases, and the slippery slidey dots consist of salmon orange, more inky purple, intense lavender, cheesy yellow, more wine red, and each stack is topped with a dot of that new Reichenbach Purple Rose 104 COE... one of the finest (not to mention low maintenance) 104 COE purples to ever rest on my rod rack. Line them up so that they all go in one direction, or switch them around for yet another interesting effect. They're so sleek and shiny, you can't go wrong, any which way you string them.
glass: soda lime
size: (approx): 17x21mm
hole size: 3/32"
4.5 inches of beads
These lampwork beads are made by Sarah Moran, with soda-lime glass (also known as soft glass), and are kiln annealed for strength and long life. I do my best to provide an accurate representation in the photos. If you are interested in buying but have questions or don't see your country listed below, please contact me.