Ceramic beads

A collection of sets

A collection of sets

Singles

Singles

Close up leaf set

Close up leaf set

Close up blue flower bell set

Close up blue flower bell set

Close up red flower set

Close up red flower set

I thought I would show you my other line of ceramic beads.  These have got a very different look to them compared to the traditionally glazed beads.  They are actually more labour intensive to make as there is a lot of shading, layering and burnishing involved.  I do love the end result though.  They have got an ancient and somewhat mysterious look about them.  Like they have been around for hundreds and hundreds of years and have seen and heard everything there is to see:)

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11 thoughts on “Ceramic beads

  1. I think your items are photographed really well. I find there is nothing more off-putting, for me, when I’m looking on Etsy, than dark, gloomy, unfocused pictures. I find I will just move on from their shop. Good luck 🙂

    • Thank you:) I appreciate your comment and good luck wishes very much! Yes, I agree completely. I don’t think it’s fair to expect a potential customer (or anybody just browsing for that matter) to put up with rubbish pictures.
      I just had a look at your blog by the way – beautiful work!

  2. Dear zesty frog,
    I was was just blogged about lead in Canada. you know, I don’t care. I wish that governments would give a trade or give credit towards your supplies and money already invested. Just banning things that are beautiful instead of just saying no you can’t do this anymore makes me think someone is using a scare tactic and wants apart of your action. And besides my e-mail is mostly spam anyway. Keep on keeping on!!!!!

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