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Vintage German lime green opaque glass beads that aren't your typical bi cone shaped bead but have a slight 'twist' to them which makes them very unique - I was always hunting for one of a kind and unique beads such as these when I was designing during the 1980s' for the different museum shops!

**PLEASE NOTE: yellows and greens can be hard to photograph and the actual beads are a bit lighter and not quite as saturated as in the photos - but definitely a true lime green!***

Price is for 4 beads measuring approximately 9mm x 7mm and we 100% guarantee them to be vintage West German glass from the 1950's!

You will not find beads like this at your local bead shop!

I sold many such unique and one of a kind glass beads through the Smithsonian Institution's museum shop and mail order catalog during the 1980's and they were also featured in trunk shows at Bloomingdales and Saks Fifth Avenue during this same time period.

You can read more about my career as a jewelry designer in my profile page.

Frequently asked questions about EurekaEureka

We sell vintage products that in most cases cannot be replaced. The quality and uniqueness of our items does not allow for negotiation on prices.
While we may offer special promotional sales from time to time (such as free shipping on orders at our discretion ), our inventory prices are final as listed.
Dr. Joel E. Arem has more than 60 years of experience in the world of gems and minerals. He is widely regarded as one of the leading authorities in the world on colored gemstones. After obtaining his Ph.D. in Mineralogy from Harvard University, he went on to publish numerous books that are still among the most widely used references and guidebooks on crystals, gems and minerals in the world.
The Color Encyclopedia of Gemstones has for more than 30 years been the world's most authoritative source of information on (and pictures of) gemstones, including many of the rare gems, such as andalusite.
You can feel 100% confident purchasing from us!
Visit Joel's own website for more information about his credentials http://www.joelarem.com
TO RETURN ITEMS:
Arem Designs
P.O. Box 5056
Laytonsville, Md.
20882
Once we receive your returned items, we will issue you a credit to your PayPal account MINUS your shipping costs to return them

TO SEND A MONEY ORDER: Please make it out to:
Debby Arem
and mail it to me at P.O. Box 5056 Laytonsville, Maryland 20882.
We will notify you as soon as it arrives and your order will be shipped. Edit
Giving a Gift?
I am more than happy to mail your purchase directly to the gift recipient!
Just add their shipping address in NOTES TO SELLER when you check out, and let me know that it is a gift. And of course I will NOT include a sales receipt in their package.

I am happy to include a gift enclosure with your message on it. Just let me know what you'd like me to write for you.

Vintage Glass Beads German LIME GREEN Bi CONE 9mm pkg 4 gl241


Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1950s
  • Materials: west german glass, peridot lime green bi cone glass, opaque bi cone glass, vintage lime green glass bead, recycled green glass bead, vintage glass beads
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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