This set of brightly colored handmade lampwork beads were made using a mix of stingers and twisties that were randomly placed on a base bead and then melted in. There is no rhyme or reason to these beads...they are just wacky.
There are 17 round or doughnut shaped beads and 18 bright lampwork disc spacers in the set. The doughnut shaped beads are not all the same size.
They range in size from 5.63 to 6.42 mm wide by about 8.65 to 9.88 mm around.
The total strand measures 5 3/8 inches long.
These beads were made on 1/16" mandrels and have a hole size of about 1.5 mm.
All of my glass lampwork beads are handmade by me in my home lampworking studio located in Lugoff, South Carolina. My beads go straight from the flame of my torch to the kiln and are annealed for added strength and durability. The holes have been dremel cleaned using a diamond bit.