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Vintage Venetian Italian Glass Seed Beads - size 9/0 Opal Yellow Corn

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Color: Greasy/Opal Yellow Corn
Size: 9/0
Quantity: 10 grams

These old Murano glass seed beads were manufactured between the late 1800’s and the 1920’s by the Societa Veneziana Conterie . This was a consortium of 16 independent Venetian bead makers that joined together from 1898-1992. Because these are hand crafted beads, made very long ago, they show greater variance in size and shape than contemporary beads.

The color is an opal/slightly greasy or translucent yellow corn. This is a wonderful “old time” color, often seen in North American Native beadwork; there is nothing quite like these old colors today.

They are a size 9/0, which is a larger seed bead. It’s worth noting that Italian seed beads seem to run a tad smaller than Czech or Japanese beads of the same size. When strung, there are about 14-16 beads per inch. You will receive 10 grams of beads.

These pictures have been magnified to give a good sense of color and shape. While I’ve tried very hard to describe and capture the colors accurately, you should keep in mind that there are color variances from one computer monitor to the next. Please pay attention to the written color description as well as the photos.
Color: Greasy/Opal Yellow Corn
Size: 9/0
Quantity: 10 grams

These old Murano glass seed beads were manufactured between the late 1800’s and the 1920’s by the Societa Veneziana Conterie . This was a consortium of 16 independent Venetian bead makers that joined together from 1898-1992. Because these are hand crafted beads, made very long ago, they show greater variance in size and shape than contemporary beads.

The color is an opal/slightly greasy or translucent yellow corn. This is a wonderful “old time” color, often seen in North American Native beadwork; there is nothing quite like these old colors today.

They are a size 9/0, which is a larger seed bead. It’s worth noting that Italian seed beads seem to run a tad smaller than Czech or Japanese beads of the same size. When strung, there are about 14-16 beads per inch. You will receive 10 grams of beads.

These pictures have been magnified to give a good sense of color and shape. While I’ve tried very hard to describe and capture the colors accurately, you should keep in mind that there are color variances from one computer monitor to the next. Please pay attention to the written color description as well as the photos.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(3,365)
Reviewed by Patricia Jordan
5 out of 5 stars
May 18, 2018
VERY pretty pale purple glass nailheads! Love the color...great condition. Thanks for the super fast shipping!!
Vintage Glass Nailheads in Pale Purple, 5 mm Faceted Round Antique Bohemian Glass Beads in Opaque Lavender, 24 Flatback SewOns, Crazy Quilt

Reviewed by Marsi10
5 out of 5 stars
May 16, 2018
great items fast shipping thank you
Vintage Glass Nailhead Beads - 4x7 Rectangles in Opaque Forest Green - Flat Back Sewons (24 pc)

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Additional policies

♥ $10 MINIMUM ORDER:
Please note my $10 minimum order policy - you're welcome to combine styles in order to reach this amount, but your purchase should total $10 before postage. This information is included in my shop announcement, my policies, in the description for every item in my shop, and in your order confirmation. Thank you for your consideration :)

If your first order is below the minimum, I'll ship it as a courtesy along with a polite reminder. If your next order is below the minimum, I'll ask you to add to or cancel the order. My apologies for any inconvenience, it's simply not sustainable. On the flip side, you won't find old and uncommon beads like these at the big box stores!

♣ CONDITION & QUANTITY:
It's important to have a clear understanding of what you're buying, so please be sure to read the descriptions and look at all of the photos! If you're not sure, or if you don't understand something, please ask.

My listings describe the size, quantity and condition of each item. If you're not familiar with bead sizes or terms, just send me a convo and I'll gladly explain :)

I specialize in vintage and antique beads and jewelry supplies ranging from 50 - 100 years or older, so many of my items will show typical quirks and/or wear for glass of that age. For example, antique seed beads often have imperfect shaping and less consistent sizing than their contemporary counterparts, and vintage stones may have small nicks around the edges or tiny "fleabites" on the foiled backs. The photos will reflect this, and the descriptions will detail the item's condition. If you're still unsure, please ask.

♥ FEEDBACK:
Your positive feedback is greatly appreciated! I genuinely want you to be satisfied, so if you have questions or concerns, please give me the opportunity to resolve them before leaving poor feedback. Just contact me, and we'll work together to find a positive solution.

♣ WA STATE SALES TAX:
Washington state residents pay 8.8% sales tax. If you're eligible for a tax exempt purchase, please email a copy of your business license first.
♥ $10 MINIMUM ORDER:
Please note my $10 minimum order policy - you're welcome to combine styles in order to reach this amount, but your purchase should total $10 before postage. This information is included in my shop announcement, my policies, in the description for every item in my shop, and in your order confirmation. Thank you for your consideration :)

If your first order is below the minimum, I'll ship it as a courtesy along with a polite reminder. If your next order is below the minimum, I'll ask you to add to or cancel the order. My apologies for any inconvenience, it's simply not sustainable. On the flip side, you won't find old and uncommon beads like these at the big box stores!

♣ CONDITION & QUANTITY:
It's important to have a clear understanding of what you're buying, so please be sure to read the descriptions and look at all of the photos! If you're not sure, or if you don't understand something, please ask.

My listings describe the size, quantity and condition of each item. If you're not familiar with bead sizes or terms, just send me a convo and I'll gladly explain :)

I specialize in vintage and antique beads and jewelry supplies ranging from 50 - 100 years or older, so many of my items will show typical quirks and/or wear for glass of that age. For example, antique seed beads often have imperfect shaping and less consistent sizing than their contemporary counterparts, and vintage stones may have small nicks around the edges or tiny "fleabites" on the foiled backs. The photos will reflect this, and the descriptions will detail the item's condition. If you're still unsure, please ask.

♥ FEEDBACK:
Your positive feedback is greatly appreciated! I genuinely want you to be satisfied, so if you have questions or concerns, please give me the opportunity to resolve them before leaving poor feedback. Just contact me, and we'll work together to find a positive solution.

♣ WA STATE SALES TAX:
Washington state residents pay 8.8% sales tax. If you're eligible for a tax exempt purchase, please email a copy of your business license first.

Vintage Venetian Italian Glass Seed Beads - size 9/0 Opal Yellow Corn

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  • Vintage Supply from 1900 - 1909
  • Craft type: Beading
  • Feedback: 3365 reviews
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