I am endlessly fascinated with this glass that is so moody and presents endless colors in the flame. Lovingly cased with crystal clear. 65 mm hole to hole – Please see photo of indoor lighting as this bead is much darker with indoor lighting! I have done my best to represent the colors correctly presenting the darker indoor version as well as the dramatic outdoor version! $20
Tie Dye – Blue, lavender, olive, a dash of red, yellow and peach in a long skinny $13.00 52 mm long x 10 mm wide.
Majik – a set of mini ribbed rounds and 2 disks made from a high silver reactive glass. This set is so pretty…rich olive greens and a lovely purple! Seven beads total. Strand is 2.33″ long. $10.00
Five animal print beads on a Trinkettes bracelet (not sterling) $40 OR $35 if you want only the big hole animal print beads.
This bead is almost an 1 1/2 hole to hole. It was to be a color test for a Memorial Bead and I knew pretty early on that those lovely striations would not work… so I didn’t decorate the bead. While some may say it’s rather plain, I love the neutral colors that developed. Sometimes, simple is good. $10
Another XL daisy with my current favorite frit Cottage Garden! This side is flat on the back to lie better on your wardrobe. $19
Sometimes, we all need a pacifier… something that brings us great comfort, right?? I love a bead I can hold and caress near my heart. Meet the Glass Paci, my version of a all grown up pacifier. It’s made of one big hole bead used as a stopper to show off a glass bead made on a bobbin. I used a rich, rare purple glass and Gaffer’s Chalcedony raku frit for a little color interest. Both are strung on a beautiful, hand-dyed ribbon in rich purples, blues, maroon and brown. Ribbon is 34″ long. Photos were taken in outdoor light and incandescent lighting. $24.00
This was a color test and I wasn’t certain I liked it at all…until I took it out of the kiln and saw all the pretty colors! Wow! You can bet I’ll be playing with this combo again! 35 mm hole to hole x 28 mm wide. $10