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Beautiful bead crochet necklace perfect for a spring wedding! This lovely heirloom quality beaded rope is made with a mix that includes thousands of modern and vintage Czecho and Japanese seed beads. The bold jewel tone plum amethyst flowers on smooth matte white are accented with brick red dimensional centers and given a winding emerald green stem to climb on. The colors and style are a perfect complement for your perfect day!The stunning necklace is complemented by 22 karat gold plated end caps and toggle closure. The necklace is 3/8" in diameter and about 18 1/4" from end to end, which gives a wear length of about 17 1/2", and is both light and comfortable and strong and durable.

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As with virtually everything I make, this pattern is my own creation and is lovingly crafted in a non-smoking and non-pet home. Please see http://www.etsy.com/listing/72873186/ for the matching earrings!

I LOVE TO SHIP TO OTHER COUNTRIES, but due to some issues in the past I do require that you convo me first if you would like to set this up.

I'm very sorry, but due to recent cases of Etsy overriding sellers' policies, I no longer offer custom work on this website.

Bead crochet is a wonderful technique that dates from the 1850s. It fell out of style in the 1950s to 1960s but has recently started to regain in popularity.

There are four steps to creating a piece of bead crochet rope jewelery. The first step is design, which includes determining the look of the finished product and breaking that pattern down to a straight sequence of beads. The second step is stringing, where each individual bead is strung on thread in the correct sequence. One mistake here will destroy the pattern, so I take great care! The third step is to crochet each of these tiny beads into a beautiful, strong and light bead rope. The fourth and final step is finishing with joins, findings and/or accent beads to complete a lovely and unique piece of jewelery.

Wedding Necklace Bead Crochet Rope Flower and Vine in White Emerald Green Plum Amethyst Brick Red Handmade Seed Beaded Rope Heirloom Quality