Monday, 21 June 2010

Lampwork Orphan Beads by Beth Singleton

Rather than choose just one bead from Beth's shop, I decided on this set of 14 orphan beads to show the vast range of bright colours that Beth uses in her work. These are bargain beads that were placed in the orphan stash because they were either too big or too little to be used as bracelet beads or because they have minor flaws. All of these beads were handmade using Moretti and Double Helix glass. They have been kiln annealed and dremel cleaned. They were made on large mandrels and have large 5 mm holes. Bargain!

3 comments:

Unni Strand said...

Lovely!

Rachel Lucie Johns said...

I LOVE them, and am off to her shop right now!

Beth Singleton said...

Thanks so much for the feature! I love your blog!