Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Beautiful Ebony Wood Links

Today's bead is actually a chain of wooden links. These are beautifully crafted and described in the Rings & Things catalog as:

Wood Chain, Disk and Loop (Ebony): Flat disk-and-loop wooden chain. Approx. 36x32x4.5mm flat disk links with 23mm round links form chain. 18-20 links per 14-16" strand. Links are solid and must be cut to come apart.

There is something contemporary about these beads and I am thinking, even though they are large, it would make a great impact as a necklace to be worn at a special occassion such as the Thanksgiving holiday meal. It would certainly make great conversation!

I also noticed that the large "O" could also be used to represent the Ohio State "O" emblem with a little scarlet and gray thrown in. As always, our imagination is our only limitation!

I mentioned the ebony strand of wood hearts in a blog post back in October when I saw them at the R&T's bead show locally. They are fabulous too!

I hope you are having a great day!

FTC compliance disclosure, notice of material connections: the item in the previous post from Rings&Things was provided as a promotional gift as part of the Blog Partner Program for review or design purposes. More info about the Rings & Things Blog Partner Program

6 comments:

Pearl and Pebble said...

Oh I really like these!

Azure Islands Designs said...

These are great...so much you could do with these!

Cheers

Cathryn said...

I remember ebony wood from my stay in the Philippines. It was highly prized back then because it was so strong. I love these beads--so simple but versatile.

Dave Robertson said...

- Something contemporary for sure, plus (for someone as old as me) nice retro vibrations of the 70s. It's been fun seeing more and more wood necklaces, like this from India.

:) Dave
at Rings & Things

The Beading Gem said...

Gorgeous, just gorgeous. Love the deep tones.

vintage rings said...

What a lovely wood bracelet. Its simple gorgeous. I really like these...it seems to be cheaper one..is it so ??