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4x7mm Long Magatama Beads, Sparkle Orchid Lined Cry
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4x7mm Long Magatama Beads, Sparkle Orchid Lined Cry
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Sold As: 10 gram package
Country of Origin: Japan
Size: 04mm x 07mm
Material: Glass
Shape: Dagger
Hole Size: 1mm
Bin: G8-852
Miyuki 4x7mm Long Magatama, Sparkle Orchid Lined Crystal (LMA) are a new longer dagger shaped Japanese seed bead. Their hole is on a slant so that they lean in one direction when strung.
  • Width: 4mm
  • Length: 7mm
  • Hole size: 1mm
  • Approx. beads per package: 80
  • Approx. beads per inch: 9
  • Manufacturer: Miyuki
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Rating Miyuki 4x7mm Magatama
 
I love the shape of those tiny Magatama, the Spkl Orchid Lined Crystal color is beautiful! It's great for stitching projects. I did a beautiful Necklace in rope stitch and you could use them for Peyote stitch to!
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Reviewed by:  from Qc.. - 7/18/2011
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Rating Magatama Beads
 
Interesting and beautiful. Can't wait to use them in a design.
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Reviewed by:  from Napoleon, OH. - 7/10/2011
5/5
Rating Beautiful color
 
The purple orchid color lining of these crystal long magatamas adds a small amount off color to these beads. They are very pretty. I have not used these in a project yet, I am 'collecting' more of the colors to make a colorful mixed necklace.
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Reviewed by:  from Jenks, OK. - 6/21/2011
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