Italian Murrini

I had a chance to trade with someone at the Missouri Bead Retreat for Italian murrini she had got while in Murano, Italy. I don’t own a kiln that could slump it into a cabochon, so I took it to Glasshopper Studio and had them fired it for a small fee. I love that the cabochon is transparent so the light and the light can shine through it. Can’t wait to make a pendant in silver with one!

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