Ah Fiestaware, those gloriously vintage coloured dinnerware. Fiestaware began in 1936 and continues to be made today. Not only was it budget friendly when it came out, it encouraged collectors to mix and match styles and colours. That's something I can get behind!
My hands made this Fiestaware necklace. The beads vary in size from 9mm x 12 mm to 16mm x 16mm. The tubular beads are 10mm x 30mm. The beads are separated with sterling silver findings and the necklace closes with a sterling silver lobster claw. There is a 3" extender on the end of the necklace, the length is 26" - 29".
My hands made these glass beads. I use Effetre glass, a little CIM and occasionally Vetrofond. There is no paint on any of my beads, just glass upon glass upon glass. All my beads are kiln annealed, thoroughly cleaned and inspected.
Please remember the jewelry looks larger than life in the pictures which is why it is important to check the size. I have tried to capture the colours as accurately as possible but many monitors vary.