Red and black always make me think of things Asian, but this 8-1/4″ bracelet can be worn any time and anywhere and any place.  Its 1″ handmade lampwork focal bead has shades of tomato red, white and black. – quite beautiful when you see it with your own eyes!

Or perhaps you’re looking for something more earthy – look no further!  This adjustable 8″-9″ bracelet has an 11mm focal bead that is an 11mm bumpy lampwork rondelle in shades of caramel and forest green – definitely reminds me of a stroll through the forest, or a day spent in peace tending your garden. 

Not the colors you want?  Missing the summer sun?  How about this 8″-9″ adjustable bracelet?  When I look at it I see the colors of both summer and fall – the yellows and whites transition into amber and brown as you move back towards the clasp.  Kinda cool! 

No matter your color preferences or style, I’m sure there’s something in my shop you would love to adorn your wrists with! 

Like to see more of my fall themed lampwork bracelets?  Here’s a link.


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