Wednesday, June 29, 2011

NEW Vintage Beads...

I just finished uploading four NEW types of Vintage Beads to my Shop! I really love these beads. They are some of my favorites! Some hail from 1950's Japan and others come from what was once 1930's Czechoslovakia (which is now the Czech Republic). I particularly like the bright yellowish-green of the Vaseline Beads. The yellow actually comes from Uranium! (Don't worry; they are safe! Just don't grind them into a powder and breathe them in or eat them... both scenarios are not recommended for any glass beads.) I purchased these in bulk, but am running low on some of them. So get them before they're gone! CLICK HERE to see the full selection of newly added Vintage Beads.

5 comments:

Regina said...

They are pretty!

Sabine said...

I love your warning about not grinding up beads and eating them! It really made me laugh!

Have a great day, Andrew.

Ann
mycriticaleye.com

Andrew Thornton said...

I'm sorely tempted to remove them, since I want to keep them for my own personal stash.

Christine said...

I am glad vintage stuff is in the 2000s!

Christine said...

I do like the 1920s for beads a lot. Long necklaces were "in" at the time. Beads are "in" again now!