Coral and EPD Series – Sold!

SOLD!  This Coral Series necklace combines free form beads with glorious warm colours.  These pieces cannot be repeated, because one of the colours has been discontinued.  The purple coloured glass is known to bead makers as EDP, or ‘Evil Devitrifying Purple’.  As the name suggests, it can be tricky to handle, but is much loved for the gorgeous reactions with other glasses – alas now discontinued.

The necklace has four main freeform feature beads in coral and EDP, encased in clear glass.  The other beads are in Coral and EDP, and in a beautiful transparent blue.  The clasp is hand made of transparent blue glass.

The necklace is approximately 41cm (16 1/8 inches) long and the main beads are approx. 5cm (2 inches) long.

1879

SOLD!  The matching bracelet has a mixture of round and lentil shaped Coral and EDP beads, and blue beads and disks.  The clasp is in hand made blue glass.  The bracelet is approx. 21.5cm (8 1/2 inches) long and the main beads are approx. 2.5cm (1 inch) diameter.

1907

SOLD! The matching earrings have Coral and EDP lentil shaped beads in hoops of Sterling Silver, with Sterling Silver findings.  The drop is approx. 5cm (2 inches) and the hoops are approx. 4cm (1 1/2 inches) diameter.  The beads are approx. 2cm (3/4 inches) diameter.