Custom Name Necklace with Rhinestone Letters

goldstone, Handmade Large Hole Art Glass Bead . Lampwork Glass . Sterling . Copper . Julie Nordine . Credit River Art Glass . B121



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{ large hole d e s c r i p t i o n }Purple & Kalypso Swirl\u2026\u2026this beautiful large hole Art Glass bead is fully lined w/ sterling silver .925 tubing & has hand etched copper caps.So much depth to this beautiful glass bead! Purple glass inside w/ layers of clear\u2026 pearlescent swirls w/ centers of goldstone. The gold dots that you see on the surface are a chemical reaction between fine silver dots & the clear that was used. I love this reaction!This bead would be beautiful simply strung on a chain, leather cord or silk ribbon\u2026 or worked into one of your designs.*the sterling chain (which allows the bead to be hung vertically) shown in some of the images is NOT included in this listing, but is available for purchase in my shop.**hand dyed silk ribbon & sterling \u201cribbon bottom\u201d (which allows the bead to be hung vertically) shown in some of the images are NOT included in this listing, but are available to be purchased additionally if desired. Ask for details. { large hole m e a s u r e m e n t s }Bead measurements:24.5mm hole to hole x 24mm diameterHole measurement: LARGE HOLE \u2013 4.3mm{ large hole n o t e s }Remember that colors & intensity will vary from monitor to monitor. I've tried to represent my lampwork glass pieces as close to reality as possible on my monitor, but they may appear a shade lighter or darker than reality on yours. { large hole a b o u t . m y . b e a d s . & . g l a s s . o b j e c t s }...all of my glass beads & objects are handmade by me, one at a time, in my Credit River, Minnesota glass studio, so no two are ever identical. I use a torch, rods of glass and some really cool tools! :o) My beads are made of soft \u201csoda lime\u201d glass rods, mainly Italian Effetre & American glasses by Double Helix. After each bead is finished, they immediately go from flame to a digitally controlled kiln where they\u2019re annealed for strength, durability & safety. I clean out all signs of bead release & look them over thoroughly for any flaws or cracks.Thanks for looking!!Julie Nordine | Credit River Art Glass

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