You’ve asked for it! Many, many times in fact. The thing is, we couldn’t really figure out a cost effective way to post our one of a kind lampwork beads on our website. Plus, our website allows you to edit the quantities. You want to change the number of lobster claws from 5 to 500? No problem. However, that doesn’t work so well with one of a kind items 🙂
We have a ton of lampwork beads in our retail store by these artists and more!
I have scooped a small selection of my favourite lampwork beads out of the store. Below you’ll find a photo, a short description, and the artist and price information on each bead. If you want it, be the first to send an email to email@example.com letting me know which one you want. If you want to add it to an order, let me know. Otherwise, the easiest way to pay will be via Paypal. I’ll send you a Paypal invoice for the cost of the bead, plus shipping and any applicable taxes for you Canadians.
My hope is that this will be a regular weekly feature on the blog!
First up is a gorgeous floral bicone made by Dwyn Tomlinson.
58x15mm – It’s a biggie! – Code is lampwork1 – $25.00
A large tab focal from Erin Maloney of Airwynn Glass Designs. This one is particularly interesting in that it’s flat on one side, and it has a clear core. The dichro design goes right through the bead! The bead measures 38mm in diameter – $36.00 – Code: lampwork4
One more from Erin – A large seafoam green chunky tab bead. the pic below is quite light, and I had a hard time capturing the colour. It’s more green than blue. you don’t want this bead…really you don’t! 😉 I’ve had my eye on this one for a while, but I suppose I’ll offer it up here first before I have to buy it myself…
38mm in diameter – $40.00 – code: lampwork5
If you would like one of these beads, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the code number, and how you would like to pay for the order (add to beadfx order, paypal etc)