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This is a set of 7 rounded beads in two sizes measuring approximately:

3 off 14mm x 12mm
4 off 12mm x 10mm

and made from very pale aqua glass decorated with swirls of ivory, white, brown and turquoise. The beads were then tumbled resulting in a velvet smooth matt appearance, like sea/beach glass.


There are 8 co-ordinating pale aqua spacer beads to complete the set.

The beads were made on 5/64" mandrels (2mm hole).

The last photo is a picture of a bracelet I made as an example of how I used similar beads - the bracelet is not included in this listing.






(Please see my other Etsy shop for my feedback and previously sold items:
www.finishingtouchjewels.etsy.com)



All my beads are handmade by me using Effetre, Vetrofond, Double Helix, Lauscha, Reichenbach, and CIM glass in my small studio in Adelaide. They are properly annealed in my digitally controlled kiln to ensure strength and durabilty and the holes are cleaned to remove excess bead release. (Please bear in mind that monitors can show slight differences in colour).

SAFETY NOTE: All beads are choking hazards and should be kept away from babies and small children. My beads are made with glass and should be given the same care as you would give any glass object.

This item ships from Australia, and can take 7-14 days to reach Europe and the USA.




SRA No. G-89
SRA-ANZ No. 167

ALPINE - Aqua Handmade Lampwork Round Bead Set - by Stephanie Gough SRA Lampwork Bead FHFTeam LETeam

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  • Handmade Supply
  • Material: glass
  • Ships worldwide from Adelaide, Australia
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