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Here's a stash of lampwork beads I had in my studio. I had planned to make a necklace but never got around to it.

These beads were handmade by me in my home studio using Moretti glasses, raku glass rods silvered ivory stringers and etching solution.

The beads are a mix of sizes, shapes and patterns. Some have been squeezed flat into tabs or cubes, others have been rolled on textured surfaces to give them a pattern, a few have been encased (a transparent glass stringer is wrapped over an opaque bead) and a couple have been dipped in etching solution.

There are 36 lampwork beads in all. Combines with other beads they would make a really unique necklace. My plans were to make a Coastal Carolina University necklace. The Teal color make these perfect for that but as usual I'm better and making beads than jewelry and that project was put on hold.

They measure between 3.4 mm to 22 wide (hole to hole) by about 8.5 mm to 16.6 mm around. They were made on 3/32" mandrels and have a hole size of about 3 mm.

All of my glass lampwork beads are handmade by me using soft glass and a Minor torch. My beads go straight into the kiln and are properly annealed.

I am a member of SRA. My membership number is S106.

Item number 399

Handmade Silvered Ivory and Teal Lampwork Beads SRA

Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: glass rods, silver leaf, etching solution
  • Feedback: 1486 reviews
  • Ships from South Carolina, United States to select countries.
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