Stone Flowers Three Handmade Lampworked Glass Beads OOAK Blue Turquoise Black Shield Rondelles
By Nina Eagle Glass From United States
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Stone Flowers -- A set of three beads. A shield-shaped bead in duck egg blue with black webbing. Beautiful murrini by Lori Peterson and Kim Milan are melted in. Two matching rondelles complete the set.
Please bear in mind that these are shot indoors with a light box and flash. I try to portray the colors accurately, however, every monitor is different and may change the colors somewhat. Also, the photographs are greatly enlarged to show the details.
All my beads are made by me in my studio in Virginia, digitally kiln annealed, then cleaned. The photos are taken with a light box and flash.
The dimensions are:
Focal: 40.3mm (1.58") long, 18mm (.70") wide, 7.9mm (.31") thick, with a 2.5mm hole.
Rondelles: 7.3mm (.28") long, 12.1mm (.47") wide, with 2.5mm holes.
This item is yet to be reviewed.
I create all of my work in a studio in South Central Virginia. Each bead is kiln annealed for strength and durability, then cleaned of residual bead release, before being sold as either focal beads, or sets, or incorporated into finished jewelry or gift items.
Lampworking, for me, is a fascinating art form. I love the whole process, from melting glass and manipulating the molten glass into the form I want, to the endless way of decorating the bead, whether with precious metals, enamels, etc. The possibilities are only limited by my imagination.
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