Carole Lareina on Feb 23, 2017
Amazing. Totally amazing. And so beautifully packed.
I have loved this artisan's work for quite some time and am so happy to have acquired several of her amazing components.
An extraordinary triad of polymer shards dangling on a chain. Absolutely fantastic!
Wonderful components and so lightweight. I had great fun making wizard earrings with them.
Dini AlvesBEAD ARTIST on Feb 10, 2017
This is one of Kimberly's clay gems - can't wait to make it into a beaded necklace!! I love the copper connector she used on it. Fast shipping!
I am an Alaskan/Arizonan lampwork glass artist that has always been
involved with media that allowed me to play with color; such as
weaving, embroidery, and working with fabrics.
Inspired by the Alaskan Native beadwork around me, I took up seed beadwork which sparked my interest in collectible beads and creating jewelry.
I then studied lampwork beadmaking which would allow for more originality in my jewelry designs.
Lampwork is the process of making handmade glass beads over a torch.
The result is a one of a kind, collectible little treasure. I am
inspired by the order of chaos, fractal imagery and organic patterns in nature and the Alaskan landscape.
I enjoy making components for jewelry designers that are earthy, organic and original but don't dominate the vision of the designer. In addition to lampworking I make torch fired enamel components.
I love to collect beads in my travels to Asia and find that the
use of Bali Silver Beads , Thai Hilltribe beads, and semi-precious
gemstones are compatible with my one of a kind lampwork beads.
Living near theTucson Gem & Mineral show gives access to a wonderful array of components to use in my own jewelry designs.
Currently I alternate between my two studios in Arizona and Alaska.
Designers are welcomed to post their jewelry made with my components on my Pinterest page "Designers using NuminosityBeads"
This is the shop where I'll be featuring my one of a kind lampwork beads, handmade components and jewelry.
You may also visit my shop numinosity.etsy.com for vintage finds and supplies.
Accepted payment methods
Jewelry will be shipped via Priority Mail within the US.
Please let me know if you would like a printed receipt in your package for domestic orders. I will include them in international orders.
Please note that my shipping fees also include handling.
For international customers, please check your customs regulations regarding what are acceptable items to be shipped to your country. You as a buyer are responsible for tariffs or duty fees that customs may charge you.
INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS are responsible for VAT and customs charges incurred. Please check your local regulations about these fees.
NOTICE TO UK Customers - "Please be aware that if your purchase is over the UK limit of £15 (about $23) you will probably be liable to 20% VAT and £8 handling charge before your package can be delivered.
These duties & taxes are set by the UK Government. The handling fee is charged by Royal Mail on ALL parcels handled by themselves or Parcel Force that attract import taxes, and it is non-avoidable and non-negotiable. There is nothing I, as a seller, can do to avoid either charge.
If you do not wish to proceed with your order, please let me know asap so I can cancel and make a full refund before the item is shipped. Once shipped, a refund of item price only will be made once the item has been returned to me which may take several weeks"
Splitting your order may be helpful in some cases.
Refunds and Exchanges
In some instances only proof of damage is needed for me to replace your item as in the case of some of my smaller components.
Additional policies and FAQs
I am not doing custom orders on jewelry at this time.