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Capped and Cored Encased Murrini Beads

I have been having a lot of fun finishing off my encased murrini beads with these pretty caps! The beads are slightly bigger than my usual charm bracelet beads which just means I can fit even MORE murrini and other glass elements into them. ๐Ÿ˜€

The caps (in sterling silver, warm gold brass, and solid copper) really dress up the beads. They also add versatility since each bead would look just as lovely worn as a focal on a necklace as they do on a charm bracelet as a centerpiece bead.

All these beads are available right now on Etsy ๐Ÿ™‚

encased murrini beads, brass caps, silver caps, copper caps, necklace beads, bracelet beads, handmade lampwork beads

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Combining fire and glass to create fine handmade lampwork glass art beads & murrini for designers, collectors, and glass artists.

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