Layers of color peek through swirls and scrolls that have been carved into the bead. The technique is called mokume gane and typically refers to carving wood or metal to create layered patterns. This design features cobalt, black and peach under the top layer of periwinkle. A shiny sterling silver bail suspends the glass pendant. Select the pendant only or add a sterling silver or satin cord necklace.
- Individually crafted glass bead
- 1/2″ sterling silver bail
- Sterling silver accents
- 2-1/2″ (64mm) tall pendant
These mokume gane disc beads are a labor of love, each taking about two hours to make and two separate firings in the kiln. This pendant is one-of-a-kind and will not be available on back order!
Each piece of Bad Kitty Glass jewelry is uniquely designed and created. The glass beads are made by firing imported glass rods over the torch and then annealing them in the kiln for strength and longevity. All jewelry is shipped in gift boxes.