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My oceanic beads are based on a tutorial by Mary Lockwood and classes with Sherry Bellamy.

Handmade by myself in my home studio. I am a self representing artist - SRA #V22

This spellbinding aquarium bead is a visual feast second to none. I have added different individual elements from tiny sea urchin like 'flowers' to hidden treasures such as coils of fine silver wire, copper and brash mesh. Included in the mix is a bit of 'chaos', a technique developed by Sherry Bellamy. A tiny copper seahorse clings to gently swaying seaweed! I guarantee you will enjoy this minature work of art. From the swirling, sandy sea floor to the many hidden treasures, you will experience the artist's perception of an ocean floor.

For a small fee, I will mount this bead onto a sterling silver headpin, adding a small Swarovski crystal top and bottom, so that you may wear it immediately.

Included with this bead is a piece of tiny hollow tubing that fits perfectly inside the hole (3/32 mandrel). This prevents any wobble when mounted on a headpin making it ready to incorporate into you jewelry designs.

Fourth and fifth pictures shows the size.

My other focal beads are found here -
http://www.etsy.com/shop/juliechristie?section_id=5448126

Once again, my SRA is #V22. More information regarding self representing artists may be found here -
http://www.self-representing-artist.com/

Lampwork Bead, Sealife, Ocean Scene, Beach Bead


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: coe 104 Italian glass, fine silver, copper mesh, brash mesh
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
  • Feedback: 177 reviews
  • Favorited by: 71 people