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Beaded accessories by Orlando Dugi / 'Tulip' necklace. (Photo by Orlando Dugi)   Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/gallery/photo/orlando-dugis-fashion-masterpieces-beads-and-silk-20-pictures-153632

Beaded accessories by Orlando Dugi / 'Tulip' necklace. (Photo by Orlando Dugi) Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/gallery/photo/orlando-dugis-fashion-masterpieces-beads-and-silk-20-pictures-153632

Orlando Dugi's Fashion: Masterpieces of Beads and Silk [20 Pictures] - ICTMN.com

Orlando Dugi's Fashion: Masterpieces of Beads and Silk [20 Pictures] - ICTMN.com

Ani Jewelry Designs Fashion Selection Belgrade Anita Nestorovska Skopje

The necklace is mine but the dress belongs to Sekirarski Ani Jewelry Designs on a fashion show in Belgrade

Toni from Creations By Toni never ceases to amaze us with her creativity!   Her latest "Tassel Necklace" incorporates a wonderful combination of elements including Czech glass beads, carved bone, African Trade beads, resin, and Bronzite gemstone beads highlighted by a wire wrapped leather tassel as a focal.  Find this piece and more of Toni's work at www.creationsbytonibrundage.com

Toni from Creations By Toni never ceases to amaze us with her creativity! Her latest "Tassel Necklace" incorporates a wonderful combination of elements including Czech glass beads, carved bone, African Trade beads, resin, and Bronzite gemstone beads highlighted by a wire wrapped leather tassel as a focal. Find this piece and more of Toni's work at www.creationsbytonibrundage.com

A sketch of Jean Schlumberger's Shell necklace with cabochon rubellites.

Tiffany's Great Gatsby Collection

Sketch of shell necklace with cabochon rubellites in gold by Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany Co., Great Gatsby Jewelry Collection and Blue Book - ELLE

Gail Be Designs ~ "Fantasy: The World's Largest Beaded Wedding Dress" (back view w train) This completely fabric-free, hand-beaded dress took twenty-one women over two years to complete. The beads are from United States, Japan, Austria, China, Czech Republic, and over 7 miles of beading wire. It weighs about 380 pounds. Photo: Mykl Randle Photography via gailbe.com

Designer Gail Be deliberately set out to create the world's heaviest wedding dress. Created over three years, the dress, aptly titled 'Fantasy', features glass pearls and crystals, which are held together with - wait for it - 11 kilometres of wire.

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