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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Pilbara Lamp-worked 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 opaque umber brown with red, yellow and cream patterns of swirls and spots.

I have paired them with Czech pressed glass beads in red, black and grey to create this stunning piece which has an internal measurement of approx. 17.5cm

Part of the Landscape Collection, the Karijini and Karratha bracelets look fabulous stacked with this bracelet.

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