Amala Beads Worldwide is a new source for the discerning bead collector and jewelry lover. I am always on the hunt for new and interesting items and can offer you an exciting collection of beads and findings that have been collected from the world over. Many of the beads I sell have been handmade by me and all of the finished pieces I offer are designed and assembled by me as well. You'll never find a "mass market" version of finished jewelry on this site! I offer a custom design service, meeting your needs for a single bead or a complete "parure" composed of earrings, necklace, bracelet, and brooch. Please feel free to contact me via Thank you for visiting my blog and please tell your friends!

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"All created things must pass; strive on, diligently" - The Buddha

Prairie wildflowers

These beads were inspired from old Venetian trail decorated lampwork beads that were excavated in the 1950s from a Nez Perce site in the Northwest region of the United States (see "Collectible Beads: a universal aesthetic" by Robert K. Lui, page 167).

My version is made with translucent and cream colored polymer clay with decorations of red, blue, yellow, and green.  Each bead is cured, sanded, and polished to a very high glass like sheen.

Largest bead: Size 26 x 16 mm., weight 6 gm.  Smallest bead: Size 19 x 14 mm., weight 3 gm.

Price: $8.00 each

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