Monday, May 19, 2014

Infinity Dodecahedron Necklace with Lampwork Glass Beads
My favorite way to wear beaded beads is strung simply on cord.  In fact, that's how I usually wear them.
For this necklace, I made 4 beaded beads, including three Infinity Dodecahedron and an Infinity Cube (on the far right). Then, I added 4 borosilicate and lampwork glass beads torched by 4 different artists. Together they make a pallet of aqua, silver and gray. This is an unusual and pretty strand of beads, eclectic yet harmonious.
They're all strung on a 26 inch piece of silk cord, tied simply at both ends. If you enjoy stringing beads, you could use this set as a beginning of a more elaborate necklace, but I would wear them just as they are, strung on cord.
Includes 4 inches (10 cm) of beads. Largest beaded bead measures just under an inch (22 mm).  This necklace is for sale.  Click the photos to go to the listings.  Infinity Dodecahedron Beaded Bead tutorial is available here. Thanks for looking!

1 comment:

  1. Great Necklace, I love the lamp work glass style with the toggle in front. Hope you feel better, I look forward to seeing the rest of what you make! Beads


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