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Sadly this one has a crack, but still pretty to photograph...





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The hollow form feels so light and ethereal, just the way I love glass. 
The light passing through the thin walls gives the bead a soft glow,
 enhanced by the satin etching.

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Beautifully translucent blown beads, giving them an inner glow!
 The magic of Glass !














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