Category Archives: TierraCast

Explore the world of wonderful pewter findings and charms

Blue Goldstone Jewelry with Hamsa Hand Charms

Blue Goldstone is a man-made stone. Its sparkle comes from flecks of copper.  They say that Blue Goldstone is a helpful aide for children who are afraid of the dark. Goldstone, like diamond, is a good deflector of unwanted energies, and is highly regarded … Continue reading

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Large Beads, Tassels and TierraCast Charms

Our latest 32/0 beads look spectacular in this bracelet designed by Nancy Donaldson. She added a TierraCast lock and key antique silver toggle. The TierraCast charms featured include Jasmine Star Flowers, Antique Silver letter J, Antique Silver letter B, Antique Silver … Continue reading

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Semi Precious Beads, Wood Beads, Tassels and Charms – A Step by Step for Five Meaningful Bracelets

  The Courage Bracelet The bracelet features Carnelian Semi Precious Beads and Wood. Carnelian grounds and anchors you in the present reality. A stabilizing stone with high energy, it is excellent for restoring vitality and motivation, and for stimulating creativity. … Continue reading

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New TierraCast!

Our new TierraCast components work beautifully with our soft leather collection.  These bracelets designed by Fernando DaSilva also feature Tropical Punch Lucite sliders. Soft leather! Tropical Punch Lucite Sliders.

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Be My Valentine Necklace

Fernando DaSilva for John Bead made with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS Fernando has created many pieces of jewelry which are displayed in the John Bead showroom.  Some of these designs appear in our catalogues and may have been published. For those of you … Continue reading

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Have a Heart!

  This is just a small grouping of all the hearts (500+) in our catalog. We have many fabulous Swarovski hearts to choose from.   You can also select from some beautiful Preciosa heart pendants.

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The Vitoria-Regia Necklace by Fernando

Fernando has created many pieces of jewelry which are displayed in the John Bead showroom.  Some of these designs appear in our catalogues and may have been published. For those of you who can’t visit in person we have been showcasing his … Continue reading

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The Christmas Sunrise Necklace

  Fernando Dasilva for John Bead made with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS Fernando has created many pieces of jewelry which are displayed in the John Bead showroom.  Some of these designs appear in our catalogues and may have been published.  For those … Continue reading

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Big Love Necklace by Fernando DaSilva

  This is yet another stunning necklace featured in our Swarovski Cafe (in the John Bead Showroom) which was designed by Fernando DaSilva. Last week I had the opportunity to remove it from the cabinet to take these pictures. All … Continue reading

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Pirandello Necklace – Fernando DaSilva Atelier How-To

Material: 7ft antique brass fancy 17x9mm chain 18 pcs of large copper  jump ring 18 antique copper spacer beads by TC 1 inch gold-plated head pins 12 15x12mm icy stone pink metallic or pressed glass 18 ant copper 9x8mm 2cone beads … Continue reading

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