Created by skilled Italian glassblowers, gazing balls originated in Venice in the 13th Century and were soon adopted as lawn ornaments by European royalty throughout the Victorian Era. This stunning Venetian glass pendant models those gazing balls and captures that feeling of old-world elegance.
NOTE: Venetian glass beads are hand blown, therefore we cannot guarantee hole sizes. For tips on using the bead reamer, click here.
Step One: Use E6000 to glue the 8mm TierraCast rhodium bead aligner and the TierraCast rhodium large-hole nouveau bail into the holes on the Venetian round blown glass bead in aqua and white stripes. For help with gluing bails visit the Handy Tips section of the Learning Center. Let dry.
Step Two: String the 16-inch 1.5mm leather necklace in cornflower through the bail.