The glass is pressed into shape and then tumbled and smoothed. The next stage in the process is to bake a coating to the outside of the bead – a popular coating is a mottled “picasso” coating or a metallic coating. After this the beads are placed in between two large metal discs which rotate and gradually scrape away the surface of the bead to reveal the glass colour underneath – creating a “window” into the bead.
The result are stunning beads with a real “vintage” feel to them
Service rating : I cannot praise their service enough never disappointed 100% fantastic company Product : As described fantastic quality
Service rating : They should make There instructions more clear when orderimg. I had no idea I was bing charged that his postage charge for a pattern!,,. I think they should have to return that shipping cost immediately! Product : I already have. And I still haven’t received my pattern !
Service rating : Juliet gave a great tutorial and love watching her videos. She explains every step well for the patterns. Product : Very well done tutorial and instructions were very clear from start to finish. Thank you Juliet!
Received what I ordered and in a timely manner 😁
Service rating : Really lovely beads at a great price, good communication and very patient when the error (couldn't find emails) was entirely down to me! Have already ordered more. Product : Already used several beads from this mix in my copper jewellery designs.