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TierraCast Gold Pewter Large Shell Bead, 13mm

Part Number:94-5679-25
TierraCast Gold Pewter Large Shell Bead, 13mm
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Country of Origin:

United States

Size:

13mm

Material:

Pewter

Shape:

Shell

Hole Size:

1mm

Bin:

R-0543

Made in the U.S.A. Lead FreeNickel Free
TierraCast bright gold plated pewter large shell bead, 13mm.
This vertically drilled shell bead is perfect for creating ocean themed jewelry that will make you feel just beachy year round! Pair it with blue tones and shell beads. String it or wire wrap it to create the perfect bracelet, necklace or earring design.
All TierraCast beads are designed and manufactured in the USA. They are high quality lead and nickel free pewter pieces. To see all of our TierraCast beads, click here. Want to shop all things TierraCast? You can find them all right here!

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Gold Pewter Large Shell Bead
I love these shell beads, in fact I just ordered more in all the finishes. They make beautiful earrings. I recommend them for purchase.
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Reviewed by:  from Montana. on 7/29/2012
5/5
5 Stars
Very nice bead for the "sea theme" jewelry
I haven't used this yet, however, I can't wait to use it...Very nice bead!
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Reviewed by:  from Surprise AZ. on 6/22/2013
5/5
5 Stars
Beauty and Classy
Using in a set of real shell jewelry, beautiful accents. The finish is very well done. A very nice size.
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Reviewed by:  from IN. on 1/15/2013
5/5
5 Stars
Super shell bead!
This is a great finish and size for what I need - earring goodies! Love it!
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Reviewed by:  from Raleigh, NC. on 7/6/2011
5/5
4 Stars
Not what I imagined
I was a little disappointed with these shell beads. Somehow, the photo of them looked richer and a little more unusual than the actual beads. I will still keep them and use them, but the pic could be a bit more accurate.
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Reviewed by:  from Pittsburgh. on 9/25/2014
4/5

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