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11/0 Matte Met Patina Iris Miyuki Seed Beads

Part Number:MIY-11-2008
11/0 Matte Met Patina Iris Miyuki Seed Beads
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10 g

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02mm x 01mm





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11/0 Matte Metalic Patina Iris Miyuki Seed BeadsMiyuki is Japan's oldest seed bead manufacturer. Their seed beads are known for being high-quality, uniform in size and shape, and available in a wide range of beautiful colors and finishes right here at Auntie's Beads.
  • Approx. beads per package: 1,100
  • Approx. beads per inch: 18

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Review of Mat Met Patina Iris #11 Miyuki seed bead
I love this finish, I buy every bead that has this finish. It makes the bracelets I make very rich looking. This particular color looks good with greens but it also works with blues. It gives my bracelets such a unique look.I use it in about everything I make and it looks totally different depending on the other beads used in my bracelets and necklaces. Aunt Annies is the only place I have found this unique color. Since I discovered this color I don't want to use anything else.
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Reviewed by:  from pierre south dakota. on 3/16/2015
5 Stars
So pleased to find this
This color/finish is pretty unique. It was called for in an earring design I wanted to try 3 years ago. I searched the web like a maniac for weeks, but never found it in stock anywhere. What I DID find never even came close. I was so pleased to discover that Auntie's sells both the rounds and the cubes. Actually, I've been pleased this year to discover Auntie's, period!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Cleveland, TN. on 8/21/2014

Questions and Answers

Q: The description doesn't mention the actual color, and I know not to rely completely on the photo. Can you describe, please?
Asked by: Patty Reuter - 5/8/2015
A: It is a matte greenish khaki color.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (5/15/2015)
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