Thursday, 12 November 2009

Black and emerald necklace SOLD

This fabulous necklace was made and donated by Rhonda Hushka in America.

The necklace base is hand-woven from black and emerald-green cubed-shaped japanese seed beads.

The centre piece of the necklace is a rectangular-shaped dichroic glass bead of various colours, which glow and shine brilliantly when cast under light.

Dichroic glass has wonderful qualities of light, the colours are just gorgeous and its really hard to capture them adequately in photos.

There is a clasp at the back made from 2 gold cones and an apple-shaped toggle clasp.

The necklace measures 21 inches/53cm in length and the central bead is 1 inch/21.5cm by 2 inches/5cm.

The auction begins at 9 am on Thursday 12th November, and will end at 9am Friday 20th November , New York time. The highest bidder before that time will win.

Bids start at $25 please.

Postage would be: UK - $4.80, USA - $2.00, Canada - $2.20
Please leave a query in the comments/bidding box if you would like to know postage costs to another destination.

To bid on this item, please click on “PLACE YOUR BID” at the end of this post. Please bid in US dollars $ - there is a currency converter to the right-hand side of this description, you might need to scroll down a little.

You don’t have to be a blogger to bid and you don't need a password or log-in. There are more instructions on bidding and payment to the right-hand side of this post where you will also find a time-zone converter.

We also welcome comments in the "Place your bid" box, even if you don't want to bid!

If you are the winning bidder on this item, please email us after the auction ends at - or, leave your email address in the comments/bidding section.
We will then contact you about payment and mailing.

Please click here for our terms and conditions, and returns information.
And if you have any queries, email us (as above) or leave your question in the comments.


  1. I will start @ $25! It is beautiful!

  2. $30 - it is beautiful.

  3. Well I tried to get others to come bid on this but I guess it did not work since it is already past 9AM New York time.

    Which I wish that you could start changing the time to 9AM Los Angeles time or at least to 9PM New York time. It is harder for those of us on the west coast to get in on the bid if the time is over while we are still sleeping.

    God bless.

  4. Hi Janice - this is yours! email us, or leave your email here and we'll email you.


    Mrsu, thanks for your efforts on our behalf. Certainly we can try ending auctions at 9PM New York Time - thats no problem. We ask for feedback and suggestions and will try this one. (though of course people can bid at any time and don't need to wait till the auction is close to ending)


    Thanks. I do paypal.