Carnival Nights Bangle Bracelet - Sterling Silver Bracelet - Lampwork Bracelet - Blue Blazes Studio

By BlueBlazesStudio From United States

Price $40.00
Shipping Destination Single Item Additional Items
United States $2.50 + $1.50
Canada $3.50 + $1.75
Rest of World $5.00 + $2.50

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Shipping Destination Amount
United States $35.00
Rest of World $50.00

Delivery Information

All items are shipped USPS usually by the next day, barring holidays and weekends.  

Returns Policy

I want you to be happy with your purchases.  I'd much rather keep you as a customer than leave you with an item you're unhappy with.  I will accept returns as long as they occur with 14 days and are in the same condition as when I shipped it out.

I do not accept returns on custom orders.

This bracelet has 6 of my lampwork beads, including 3 Carnival Nights ribbon beads decked out in sterling silver wire and bali silver accents. Clasp and dangle are handmade from sterling wire by me. It's one of my favorite bracelets and I hope it is yours too!

Colorful ribbons of glass undulate and swirl on the Carnival Nights lampwork beads. Set contains a tabular focal bead, lentil and a lozenge along with 3 small spacer beads in solid colors of red, orange, and yellow.

Bracelet is designed to fit a wrist size of 7.5 inches or less. Diameter across is roughly 3 inches.

All of my beads are put into the kiln for proper annealing (removing of stress from the glass) when they are done being worked in the torch.

The beads were wound on a 3/32nd mandrel.

The beads in the this bracelet are in a range of sizes.

Focal Bead
29 mm hole to hole, 20 mm wide and 8 mm thick

Lentil Bead
15mm hole to hole, 15mm across and 10 mm thick

Lozenge Bead
18mm hole to hole and 18mm wide and 7mm thick

Spacer Beads
8 mm hole to hole and 11 mm thick

Each Bead hole was cleaned with a diamond encrusted tool to ensure all of the release has been removed and the beads are ready for stringing.

I use only high-quality glass rods to create these beads using a torch to melt the glass. The molten glass is then wound onto a steel rod to create each bead. The steel rods, known as mandrels, must be continuously turned to ensure beads remain on center of the rod to ensure even stringing later.

All of my lampwork beads are made in my glass studio by me and kiln annealed for strength and durability. Created well to last a lifetime!

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