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Yellow and Pink Square Porcelain Beads, Square Porcelain Beads, Pair of Beads, Bead Set, Unique Bead Set, Beads for Earrings, geometric

Yellow and Pink Square Porcelain Beads, Square Porcelain Beads, Pair of Beads, Bead Set, Unique Bead Set, Beads for Earrings, geometric

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$54.00

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Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Craft type: Beading, Jewelry making
  • Bead size: 15 mm
  • Bead hole size: 2 mm
  • Material: Porcelain & ceramic
  • Drill style: Center drilled
  • Patterned: Yes
  • Mixed lot: No
  • Fusible: No
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Description

I formed porcelain clay into squares and added sprigs of clay. I glazed the shapes of the sprigs a pretty pink and a chartreuse yellow green. The background has been tinted with a light gray glaze.

The listing is for these 9 beads which all measure approx 15 mm hole to hole and 15-16 mm x 15-16 mm. The stringing holes are 2 mm.

I make all ceramic beads in my home studio here in Fort Worth. I make small batches of various shapes, sizes, and textures.

Each batch of beads fires differently because I fire my kiln outside. Between the barometric pressure and humidity/temperature fluctuations, duplications of batches are rare.

Each batch of beads I create are unique. I typically work with multiple clay types: a white stoneware, a porcelain, a red clay, and a brown clay and sometimes I mix these up to get new clay bodies.

Each glaze will take on the color of the clay to some degree and so the same glaze will look different on each clay body.

I also tend to mix colors much like a water-colorist (which I used to do before pottery) so the glazes rarely look similar unless the beads are from the same batch.

So if you see a bead which you love, purchase all you can from that batch because that wonderfulness may not ever happen again.

Thanks for looking!

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I formed porcelain clay into squares and added sprigs of clay. I glazed the shapes of the sprigs a pretty pink and a chartreuse yellow green. The background has been tinted with a light gray glaze.

The listing is for these 9 beads which all measure approx 15 mm hole to hole and 15-16 mm x 15-16 mm. The stringing holes are 2 mm.

I make all ceramic beads in my home studio here in Fort Worth. I make small batches of various shapes, sizes, and textures.

Each batch of beads fires differently because I fire my kiln outside. Between the barometric pressure and humidity/temperature fluctuations, duplications of batches are rare.

Each batch of beads I create are unique. I typically work with multiple clay types: a white stoneware, a porcelain, a red clay, and a brown clay and sometimes I mix these up to get new clay bodies.

Each glaze will take on the color of the clay to some degree and so the same glaze will look different on each clay body.

I also tend to mix colors much like a water-colorist (which I used to do before pottery) so the glazes rarely look similar unless the beads are from the same batch.

So if you see a bead which you love, purchase all you can from that batch because that wonderfulness may not ever happen again.

Thanks for looking!

--

#YB9101

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