Here's a fun design for displaying charms and dangles at the clasp of a bracelet.
Beautiful components come together to create a striking look in this bracelet. Cones and bead caps from TierraCast's Eastern Path collection complement the red beads perfectly. The style is continued with a charm and pendant from the same collection. See more of the Eastern Path collection and discover even more jewelry inspiration in this Artbeads Cafe episode.
Add the following pattern to a length of 1mm brown cotton cord:
One TierraCast antique silver-plated pewter flowering cone
One red bead of your choice (we don't carry the red beads in the picture, but have provided a close alternate option in our list of components) and two TierraCast antique silver-plated pewter lotus bead caps (repeat nine times)
One Czech roundel
One flowering cone
Knot one end of the cord to the TierraCast antique silver-plated classic hook. Create a loop on the other end of the leather for the hook to fit into and knot.
Add a Swarovski 6mm briolette bead in Pacific Opal to a TierraCast nickel-plated brass 2-inch 21 gauge eye pin and make a simple loop at the top of the bead. Slide a Swarovski 10mm Baroque bead in Crystal Golden Shadow onto a TierraCast nickel-plated 2-inch 21 gauge head pin and make a simple loop at the top of the bead. Add this dangle to one end of your briolette link.
Attach the TierraCast antique silver-plated pewter Asian coin pendant to the loop of the hook using an 8mm antique silver-plated 18 gauge open jump ring. Then, attach your beaded dangle to one side of the coin using a TierraCast small silver-plated open round jump ring. Attach the TierraCast antique silver-plated pewter Buddha charm to the other side of the coin using another small jump ring.
Add all available items to your cart at once or edit the quantities
Nice choice! All or most of the products needed for this project are shown
below with quantities. Sometimes we sell out of components and aren’t able to order more from
the manufacturer (we know, it is very disappointing to us, too). Use the opportunity to mix up
the design and make it yours by substituting similar products or altering the entire color
scheme—it’s up to you!