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Czech 2.5x5mm SuperDuo Beads, Jet Red Luster, 10 g

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Czech 2.5x5mm SuperDuo Beads, Jet Red Luster, 10 g
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10 g

Country of Origin:

Czech Republic


02.5mm x 5mm






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Czech Glass 2.5x5mm SuperDuos, Jet Red Luster. Sold per 10 gram bag.

Jet black with a shimmering olive green glow, these beads are perfect when you want a subtle splash of color.

These seed beads are two-holed and are perfect for creating woven bracelet, necklace, earring and ring designs when you want to create floral motifs or play with pattern in a new and exciting way. They are raised in the center and tapered at the ends.
  • Material: Czech Glass
  • Dimensions: 2.5mm wide by 5mm long
  • Hole size: 0.8mm
  • Number of beads per 10 gram pack: Approx. 140
  • Number of beads per inch: About 9

Customer Reviews

3 Stars
They are very nice beads, little disappointed in the color. They are a lot darker green than the picture. Almost Christmas color.
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Reviewed by:  from AZ. on 9/27/2014
5 Stars
Lovely Dark Green
These "Jet Red Luster" are a gorgeous color, almost a deep green metallic. I'm using them with umber in a snake bracelet and the combo is great.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from planet earth. on 12/3/2014
5 Stars
Czech Glass 2.5x5mm SuperDuos, Jet Red Luster, 10 grams
Pretty color, can't wait to work with them
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Israel. on 9/24/2014
5 Stars
Love the color and can't wait to use them. I wish I had ordered more.
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Reviewed by:  from Annandale. on 4/24/2014

Questions and Answers

Q: Why is it 'Jet Red Luster' when the description and picture are of olive green over jet black?
Asked by: Kell - 7/30/2014
A: That is a good question. And I don't have a good answer. But what we, collectively think is that it is a process of layering colors and such that it very well may have been a Jet Red color to begin with and after the process that was the result. I really wish I know more, but can't find anything about the Czech process! Karla
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (7/31/2014)

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