If you're a fan of Trollbeads or Pandora beads, you'll love these silver-lined Murano beads. These silver-lined Venetian glass beads have a beautiful tiger print pattern and a lustrous finish. Use these beads as spacers or string them together for a gorgeous effect. These unique beads are often imitated but cannot be matched in quality or brilliance. This beautiful, handmade glass has been a famous product of the Venetian island of Murano for centuries.
Note: This bead is compatible with Pandora, Trollbeads and Chamilia™ designs.
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Customer Reviews for 14x7mm Tiger Print Glass Bead with Grommets
Review 1 for 14x7mm Tiger Print Glass Bead with Grommets
About me: I am a hobbyist
My beading emphasis is: Jewelry Making
I was disappointed -
Date:March 29, 2013
Pros: sorry can't think of one
Cons: Price, Color, Quality, not as pictured, too unique-can't rely on image
Creation: Pandora-like bracelet
"My mission was to create an animal print bracelet that was even more beautiful than Pandora's best, but SO much more affordable for a dear friend's birthday. The pictures of this bead drew me in and I couldn't wait to receive them, along with your leopard design beads. What a disappointment. Yes, they are unique and handmade, so each one is distinctive & different, but the tiger had black globs in places, not beautiful tiger stripes. Some leopard spots touched or overlapped one another, leaving large spaces between others. Turns out I did not even put the tiger print bead in her bracelet because I didn't have even 1 out of the 3 that I ordered that looked good enough to use, and out of the 3 leopard beads, only 1 was good enough to use. Very disappointed for the price. Unfortunately, sending 5 beads back will cost me more money to mail so I guess I'll keep them but I don't think I'll order again- I can't be sure what they'll look like since they are uniquely hand-made. Wish the quality control folks were better at their jobs."