This is a set of **TWENTY** handmade glazed pottery beads, in a variety of sizes, shapes, colors. I've tried to group each set into similar shades.
Most sizes are near/smaller than the size of a dime, great for any bracelet or necklace project. Pottery beads are the perfect, unique addition to your next jewelry piece, giving it a truly handmade look. Please see last photo for samples of my own projects, using my beads.
Hand formed by me, and fired twice in my kiln, made with earthenware clay. This particular set is WHITE clay.
Photos of bead sets were taken outside using natural light as well as indoors, so you can see what they will look like in both circumstances.
****When creating my beads I use either white or red clay, and use both glossy and matte glazes. I use many different stamps, tools, and found objects to create textures or patterns on some. They are always rolled and shaped by hand. My beads are unique and organic, never perfectly round. I try to make each one stand out individually so YOUR jewelry project will be one of a kind as well!****
Please always remember that pottery beads are small pieces of ceramic art, and therefore they can chip or break if not handled with care.
$3.00 flat shipping for the first set- includes tracking. 25¢ for shipping for each additional set.
Will be carefully wrapped and shipped as soon as payment is received. Shipping listed is only to the US at this time. If outside the US, please contact me so I can calculate correct shipping to your country and add to the listing for you.
Thank you for stopping by to take a look, I appreciate it! I am always listing new sets so come back soon.
Right now I'm only posting shipping for the US on my listings. If you are outside of the US, please send me a message and I will be happy to calculate the correct shipping charges for your location, and add it to any listing.
I currently take PayPal.
Returns & exchanges
If an item arrives broken, please please let me know right away and send photos. I try my best to wrap items in multiple layers and package them so they won't be damaged. But I know sometimes accidents happen. Let me know!
I certainly do take custom orders- sizes, styles, colors, quantities. For my pottery I have a very very small kiln, so custom orders may take up to two weeks- all items are fired twice, once after the clay has dried, and a second time after it's been glazed.