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Single Short Wide Bead Cone, "Tribal" Motif GBC20-4322

$12.00

I really thought I might use this one, so I've kept it for awhile.  I love it - deep green, mottled Turquoise & ivory - and I still haven't used it.  I want it to have a life outside of my bead storage.  LOL 

This is a single cone, approximately 22 mm long, 16 mm in diameter at the entrance hole (big end), and a 4 mm exit hole (thin end).

Bead Cones are the findings you see right before the clasp or transition to a single strand on multi-strand necklaces, and sometimes bracelets. They allow multiple strands to be tied off and hidden for a neat finish.

I use 104 COE glass for all my beads or glass items - Effetre (formerly Moretti), Lausha, Messy, and assorted silver reactives like TAG and Double Helix. I work on either a GTT Lynx or a Nortel Minor torch and use either my Arrow Springs A-18 kiln or my Toolbox kiln to digitally anneal every item.

 

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I really thought I might use this one, so I've kept it for awhile.  I love it - deep green, mottled Turquoise & ivory - and I still haven't used it.  I want it to have a life outside of my bead storage.  LOL 

This is a single cone, approximately 22 mm long, 16 mm in diameter at the entrance hole (big end), and a 4 mm exit hole (thin end).

Bead Cones are the findings you see right before the clasp or transition to a single strand on multi-strand necklaces, and sometimes bracelets. They allow multiple strands to be tied off and hidden for a neat finish.

I use 104 COE glass for all my beads or glass items - Effetre (formerly Moretti), Lausha, Messy, and assorted silver reactives like TAG and Double Helix. I work on either a GTT Lynx or a Nortel Minor torch and use either my Arrow Springs A-18 kiln or my Toolbox kiln to digitally anneal every item.

 

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SKU: GBC20-4322