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  • 5 enamelled wineglass charm snowflakes
    on the mantelpiece Five enamelled snowflake charms with matching non jingling bells Not suitable for pint glasses beer bottles or anything that doesn t have a stem like a wineglass Each set contains one charm in pale blue white green silver and red Great for little stocking stuffers Supplied in a festive organza bag If you would like to purchase an item similar to this one please contact us Recommend

    Original URL path: http://www.tillermanbeads.co.uk/onlineshop/prod_4239235-5-enamelled-wineglass-charm-snowflakes.html (2016-04-28)
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  • 6 enamelled wineglass charms
    doesn t have a stem like a wineglass The charms are a random selection we regret that we are unable to accept special requests The charms shown are a sample of the styles available Available as one set of six charms for 8 00 or as packs of five sets for 24 00 total of 30 assorted charms six per set Great for little stocking stuffers Supplied in a festive

    Original URL path: http://www.tillermanbeads.co.uk/onlineshop/prod_4239208-6-enamelled-wineglass-charms.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Four different sets of wineglass charms
    the 26 00 it would cost to purchase the sets individually Only available at this price in this particular offer Four sets of holiday themed charms on wire rings that open and then close around the stem of the wineglass Not suitable for pint glasses beer bottles or anything that doesn t have a stem like a wineglass The charms are a random selection we regret that we are unable

    Original URL path: http://www.tillermanbeads.co.uk/onlineshop/prod_4239271-Four-different-sets-of-wineglass-charms.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Sept 12, 2011 - Blog
    something interesting to say Sept 12 2011 Posted on 12 00am Monday 12th Sep 2011 0 Comments Well here it is we re settling in to the new software and hosting The shop s not active yet as there are so many things we want to try it will take a few days but we think the new layout and organisation of the bead sections will make it much easier

    Original URL path: http://www.tillermanbeads.co.uk/blog/read_30277/sept-12-2011.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Blog
    walking through ruins over 2000 years old That s what makes us rich Thank you for keeping us going in 2011 4 Comments Sept 27 2011 Truth and Accuracy Posted on 1 23pm Tuesday 27th Sep 2011 Another blog post from last year Bears repeating Truth and Accuracy While browsing today for various things as you do I came across this excellent explanation of tibetan silver http reviews ebay co uk Tibetan Silver Beads I don apos t think so W0QQugidZ10000000002864930 As a consumer economy we are so driven by brand names and the appearance of things that we don t look beneath the surface Oooh it says silver Even silver plate sounds elegant Gold plate wow It s all in the eye and not in the brain In the UK we re very restricted as to what we can use in jewellery if it s sterling or fine silver we cannot have more than 7 5 grams in a piece without sending it off to be hallmarked This adds cost to the item and involves an element of risk if some of the silver in the piece is tested and found to not be as thought We trust our suppliers jump rings and ear wires are only part of the equation Crimps and crimp covers are also liable to be tested and if one element is off then the whole piece of jewellery is rejected The alternative is plated components but who knows what the base metal is under the plate You spend hours designing a piece you put in time and artistic ability and then you have to settle for cheap plated options to avoid being put through the hallmarking mill Alternatives such as plated pewter are great as are the lovely metal dipped and fired Greek ceramic beads since they are plated rather than solid precious metal they aren t put under the stern gaze of the hallmarking process But tibetan silver Blech Who knows what lurks in the heart of much of the stuff It comes mostly from China and unless you want to spend the money getting all your batches tested it s a risk and also it s a bit of a problem because you can t call it silver unless you get it tested and hallmarked On the one hand here in the UK it s great that the hallmarking system is stringent but it does not allow for the new styles of jewellery from artists who use small amounts of silver but are not traditional jewellers It s a challenge to produce an item that has minimal amounts of precious metals which requires creativity but it really galls when there is on the market a proliferation of dubious metal beads and findings under the umbrella of tibetan silver that should be addressed It will protect not only the buyers but the artists too if this stuff were more closely and carefully regulated and tested 2 Comments Sept 26 2011 Dawning Moments Posted

    Original URL path: http://www.tillermanbeads.co.uk/blog/?row=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • Iron-age Eye Beads
    yellow white and blue glass eye beads are found in all time periods from the earliest Phoenician beads through late period Viking beads The eyes can be placed in a variety of combinations these are the simplest style of single eyes placed around the circumference of the bead This set of graduated sizes range from approximately 5x10mm to the largest bead which is approximately 12 x 20mm Quantity at 30

    Original URL path: http://www.tillermanbeads.co.uk/onlineshop/prod_1777859-15-Ironage-eye-beads-in-yellow-white-and-blue-glass.html (2016-04-28)
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  • 37 blue and white eye beads in graduated sizes
    beads in graduated sizes 48 00 This is a fabulous set of eye beads ranging in size from a petite 5x8mm on through a complex eye bead of 10x20m and an approximately 2 5mm hole Even the smallest beads have four eyes arranged evenly around the circumference of the bead Quantity at 48 00 each Add To Basket Recommend this to a friend Recommend this to a friend Friends Name

    Original URL path: http://www.tillermanbeads.co.uk/onlineshop/prod_1778301-37-blue-and-white-eye-beads-in-graduated-sizes.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Annular beads - handmade lampwork spacers
    yellows and clear glass to opaques including black white turquoise blue and other shades They are common on most Iron Age Roman and Romano British sites with a wide range of sizes and colours Annular beads are tubular or ring shaped with large or small holes an annular bead will have rounded edges annular beads generally have a ratio of a thickness that is 1 2 to 1 3 the diameter New for 2013 we are changing the price on some of our beads including our very popular annular beads Annular beads are available in pairs sets of 4 or sets of 10 They can be ordered in one colour or in sets of randomly mixed colours They are priced at 50p for a pair of beads 1 for four beads beads or 2 for a set of ten beads in one colour or a set of ten in mixed colours The selections below will automatically calculate the price for your beads Select the colour from the choices below Suitable for all time periods Iron Age Roman Romano British Anglo Saxon and Viking era Bead Colour Choose Turquoise Cobalt Blue Dark Turquoise Black White Light Amber Medium Amber Transparent Emerald

    Original URL path: http://www.tillermanbeads.co.uk/onlineshop/prod_1549557-Annular-beads-with-22mm-hole.html (2016-04-28)
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