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Charity also could have been named raspberry sundae just for the colors of the beads that Sarahbushka used to fill the gaps on this tin cup style beaded necklace; but she liked the name Charity better, because she has a friend named Charity, and that makes it special.

White potato pearls (oblong baroque pearls) have been suspended with a mixture of pink and fushia seed beads of differing sizes, in a range of finishes from carnation and raspberry lined clear beads.

Smaller beads were added in two shades of satin pinks, and then, in the center of each group 4 tiny crimson beads sit together, adding a bit of additional coloring and depth. Additional crimson beads were also used to border each pearl along the length of this feminine necklace.

Length: 22 1/4" (56.4cm)
pearls: ~ 10x7mm

This necklace has a handmade clasp and a split ring loop, and has been strung on Stringth beading line.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~** About Art Careers **~~~~~~~~~~~~

Art Careers is one of the adaptive educational classes offered to persons with developmental disabilities. In Art Careers the focus is on creating jewelry, fine tuning motor skills while developing an eye for pattern, balance, (or asymmetry), purpose and integrity. All members use class time for enjoyable social and creative exchanges, while their hands are constantly moving.

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Beaded Necklace Raspberry Charity by Sarahbushka


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: pearls, glass, metal, beading line
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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