Seed Beads


Silver glass seed bead collar with three different styles of beads. The outer two bead rows are matte silver rondelles circling eight rows of mirror-like Japanese delica beads. The inner and outer edges are trimmed with the smallest Japanese delicas. The inner circumference is 15 inches with a 2&1/2 inch chain extender. The width of the collar is 1&1/2 inches.

This collar was hand made in the U.S. by an artisan weaving one bead at a time with needle and beading thread. It looks great with everything from a little black dress to T shirt and jeans – a little bling and a lot of style!

$96. stock# 616


This striking necklace contains about a bazillion seed beads in varying shades of white with silver accents. The clasp is sterling silver. 

The length is 18 inches, but it fits like a choker of 15&1/2 to 16 inches, because the bead “spikes” go all the way around the wire core in a sumptuous froth of white and silver. The width at the center of the necklace is 2&1/2 inches.
Hand beading this design takes over 45 minutes per inch!
$200 stock #913


Edgy spiked seed collar in green-gold imported glass triangular seed beads. Edges and accents are round Japanese beads, which are more green in color. The spikes are finished with larger Murano-style seed beads of clear glass with gold leaf centers.

This necklace was artisan-made in the U.S., one bead at a time with needle and beading thread. Seed beads of this quality are made of glass, not plastic as is common with cheap imports.

The style is edgier and more dramatic than most collars – spikes and a faceted look to the triangular beads result in definite pizazz.

The inside circumference is 13&1/2 inches with a three inch extender chain. Spikes are 2&1/4 inches from neck edge to point,

$125 stock# 384

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