... Useful Little Beads - All Colours
Here is a unique bead to add to your bead box; they’re cheap, colourful, and very useful - great for all kinds of arts & crafts projects.
They are particularly handy when used as a spacer bead.
There are approximately 230 pieces in the mix that promote various shades and tones of autumn including beige, yellow, green, red, blue, brown, white, and black.
The pieces allow for optimum creativity and temper exciting jewellery prospects – ideal ingredients for necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, and also for bead curtains and suncatchers.
The beads are well priced at a little over 0.026 cents each and come with a 1mm centre drill hole. They come in opaque, glazed, and transparent finishes.
India is one of the largest bead producers in the world - with the majority of beads being produced in Varanasi – located in the northeast of the sub-continent.
Ranging from hand-carved wooden beads to tiny glass seeds ones, the traditional beads found in India cover a wide range of styles, materials, and treatment processes.
The beads made in Varanasi are exported in huge quantities throughout the world.
The accompanying photo illustrates what you can expect in the mix; however, be mindful that from time to time there may be some minor variations depending on availability.
Larger discounted quantities are available on request.