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Here is a graduated strand of 9 lampwork beads created by melting actual ANTIQUE SEA GLASS that I found on the shores of San Juan Island, Washington (Puget Sound).
They RARE Cobalt Blue and have sea salt in them which adds character to each bead.

Each bead is handmade, one at a time, in my island glass studio from individual pieces of collected sea glass that dates back 50-150 years.
Similar and dainty in size, they measure 9 x 5 mm - 10 x 6 mm with a hole size of 2mm.
The creative possibilities with these special beads are endless.

The process of lampworking is done by melting and winding glass onto a mandrel at very high temperatures using a torch. I've been making glass beads for 13 years now and all my beads are
perfectly centered, dimpled, cleaned, and kiln-annealed for durability and longevity.

You will receive the sea glass beads in photo.

Click here to check out the other lampwork sea glass bead listings:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/beadsofthesea?section_id=11272841

Combined $2.00 shipping. Satisfaction is guaranteed or a refund will be issued! (#S5)

9 "Cobalt Blue" Lampwork Beads Made From Sea Beach Glass San Juan Island, Wa. - Jewelry, Crafts, Art

Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: sea glass, antique bottle glass
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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