Glass lampwork is the centuries old art of melting glass with a flame to produce handmade “lampwork” glass. The word lampwork came from originally using oil filled lamps to heat glass to a molten stage. Although this process is still referred to as lampwork, it’s also called flame working or tourch-working glass.

Simply put lampwork is the art of creating glass beads over a flame hot enough to melt glass to it’s molten droopy stage. Today artisans use special torches that burn a mixture of propane and oxygen to produce a clean flame for glass.


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Ningaloo Lampwork Glass Bracelet

The four 18mm feature beads in this bracelet are from a limited release of lampworked glass. These double-sided puffed flat round beads are transparent cobalt blue with opaque green, purple and cream patterns of swirls and spots.

I have paired them with tiny Mint coloured Czech fire-polished and Green Lustre pressed glass beads to create this charming piece which has an internal measurement of approx. 17.5cm.

I have written a post on how to measure your wrist to get the best fit for your bracelet on my blog.

Part of the Landscape Collection, the Exmouth earrings and bracelet are a fabulous match to this design.

Due to the handmade nature of each bead, there are variations in size, colour and pattern which adds to its charm.