I applied sprigs of clay to form four flower petals and textured them for interest. I used a small tool to simulate a lava-type texture for the rest of the bead. I glazed the petals a lovely powder blue. The centers are a rustic yellow.
This bead measures 20 mm hole to hole and 22 mm at its widest. The stringing hole is 3-4 mm.
Each batch of beads I create are unique. I typically work with multiple clay types: a white stoneware, a porcelain, a red clay, and a brown clay and sometimes I mix these up to get new clay bodies.
Each glaze will take on the color of the clay to some degree and so the same glaze will look different on each clay body.
I also tend to mix colors much like a water-colorist (which I used to do before pottery) so the glazes rarely look similar unless the beads are from the same batch.
So if you see a bead which you love, purchase all you can from that batch because that wonderfulness may not ever happen again.