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Swarovski Crystal Pearls, 4mm, Bronze, 20pc

Part Number:5810-04-bronze
Swarovski Crystal Pearls, 4mm, Bronze, 20pc
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Sold As:

Pkg 20

Country of Origin:

Austria

Size:

04mm

Material:

Synthetic Pearl, Crystal Core

Shape:

Round

Hole Size:

0.8mm

Bin:

A4-412

Swarovski Crystal Pearls, 4mm, Bronze. Swarovski pearls are a high quality simulated pearl. Crystal Pearls by Swarovski are pearls made with a crystal core. They have a consistent and lustrous shimmer, and there is no danger of flaking with the coating technology developed by Swarovski. You can trust Swarovski for strict quality control, producing a absolutely flawless pearl.

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Swarovski Crystal Bronze Pearls
I love the bronze shade of these Swarovski pearls. I mixed them with Swarovski mocca crystals and Miyuki bronze seed beads. It turned out fabulous.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Temecula, CA. on 3/1/2015
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Questions and Answers

Q: I would like to use this crystal pearl to make a beaded Kumihimo bracelet. I will be using #18 s-lon bead cord and wanted to know if it is going to be necessary to use a bead reamer in order to string these pearls? Thank you!
Asked by: April - 8/5/2014
A: April,
I think you may find it difficult to string directly onto the S-Lon with a needle, so I tried this new trick Dena showed me last week and I was able to string them on without reaming the beads. Take 6 inches or so of Fireline and thread it into your needle. Tie an overhand knot, knotting the two ends together forming a loop. Slip the knot up to the eye of the needle, run your S-Lon end through the loop, string a pearl onto the needle and pull it over the Fireline, to the S-Lon, giving it a good tug, I used a pair of flat nose pliers to help, and the pearl will go on to the S-Lon! This should save you a lot of time! This method works well when using a bead spinner to load seed beads for Kumihimo!
Karla
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (8/5/2014)
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