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lampwork beads turquoise and ivory

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I love these beads. They are some of my favorites to work with. It seems I always go back to them and make more. They are so versatile for bracelets and necklaces and earrings. They look absolutely awesome with silver.
These beads are turquoise and ivory and then I lightly etch them. When turquoise and ivory glass are melted together, there is a nifty reaction where the two types of glass touch, and you get a little dark line around the ivory. Plus the ivory is one that 'crinkles' in look, kind of like an antique tea cup. The color in the picture is rather true on my computer. It's a deep turquoise much like the stone. You will see in the last picture and darker reactive area. I really like it because it looks like stone, but you do need to see it just in case you aren't into that more natural look.
These are 12-13 mm in diameter, made on a 1/8 inch mandrel that is large enough to allow for 16 g wire so the wire working possibilities are all there. It's my usual method of operation because I like to work with wire with most of my jewelry.
kiln annealed for durability and as always, guaranteed for workmanship. Price is for set of 7 beads.

lampwork beads turquoise and ivory

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