The colors of the sea and the shore inspired me to make this OOAK 21″ necklace.  It features 5 artisan 20mm lampwork lentil beads with bands of metallic blue, silver and gold foil beneath dots and waves of white on a terra-cotta colored base.

When the light shines on these beads, they really sparkle. These are gorgeous beads. They are complimented with czech glass aquamarine bicones, gold foil swirled druk beads, opal Heishi beads, and copper/gold/silver/brass foiled square beads and a high quality silver plated hammered heart clasp.  This is truly a gorgeous necklace. 

And what better way to compliment it than to wear its matching bracelet?  Made of the same beads as the necklace, this is a stunning piece! It’s hard to see it in this photo, by the toggle clasp is hammered silver plate in the shape of a heart.

It’s a great time to shop ahead for Christmas, and right now all of my hand strung designer lampwork jewelry is on sale – but hurry!!!! The sale ends July 13th at 12am.


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