Jasmine Lazuli Lampwork Necklace
By Paradise Lampwork From Mexico
Shipping for this item is $10.00 and is normally dispatched within 7 days.
Handmade ooak glass art beads made by Jenelle aubade & Daniel Caracas
lead time and shipped from 1-6 weeks depending on order size
Shipped from our glass studio on Baja California, Mexico
Free shipping Wordwide with tracking.
No returns on handcrafted glass beads but if something arrives broken or in the wrong colors or design send us a photo and details and we will work out replacement bead arrangements for you.
Absolute Jasmine Necklace Collection - Jasmine Lazuli
Details ~ Porcelain, Cobalt and White painted China, with intricate details, inspired this necklace design. And: white flower petals, the scent of Jasmine, dark blue deep seas thousands of nautical miles away, the blue bird of happiness, and white sandy beaches.
Hand knotted in white hemp with a signature closure bead, the strand is united with intricate details in cobalt lapis blue glass from Italy and crisp pastel white. Each bead is lightly faceted for a fun to handle texture that catches the eye. There are touches of goldstone and fine silver throughout.
Size - 28.5 inch strand, completely knotted. Beads range from 6-7mm in size to 20mm each (focals).
Metal - yes, droplets of fine .999 silver.
"A little light a-shinin' through the window, lets me know everything is alright Summer breeze, makes me feel fine, blowing through the jasmine in my mind "
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NECKLACE CARE ??
Lay Flat, preferably in a jewelry folder like a pearl necklace. This will keep your necklace pristine. I use hemp instead of cotton knots for a bit stronger hold and less stretching but if you wear your necklace a lot you may want to have it re-strung eventually. Any jeweler that offers pearl necklace repairs can do this for you.
(1) How I make my beads:
I create each bead using mostly glass sourced from Italy & Germany over a hot torch flame. I embellish them with enamels, fine silver, 23k gold, and goldstone. They are annealed over night in a digital kiln for longevity, and cleaned and shipped with care.
(2) How I price my beads:
I have been creating my line of beads since 2007 and have curated some distinct looks including organic style shapes which are unique and makes the line and each bead ooak.
My glass beads range from $10 - $20 per inch of lampwork, with adjustments made for the source glass and detail material prices.
(3) How I make my Necklaces:
I spend hours over several days creating the beads for each necklace, beginning with a color pallet in mind and then stretching the design details out during the torching session. Each necklace comes with one or two handmade/sculpted signature beads with my initials to match the design line. J/A. I hand knot each necklace like a string of pearls for longevity and for the grace of the fall line, how it lays while you wear it. The line is completely base metal free for happy health reasons and sustainability.
(4) How I price my Necklaces:
My necklaces retail at $15-$25 per inch, taking in to account the bead cost, and then calculating in the time in necklace design/creation/photography and advertising.
(5) Design Line Details:
#Healthy #Nature #Inspired #heirloom Art Glass pieces made with the intent of sharing bits of Baja Sunshine with my friends and family across the globe. Besos
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Paradise Lampwork Glass Art Beads, made to inspire your creativity. Daniel Caracas + Jenelle Aubade. Specializing in upscale glass art beads with Fine Silver + 24k Gold, Up-Cycled Glass Bottle beads, and instructional tutorials. Visit our glass studio in Baja and take bead making classes by private appointment.
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