Close Ups
This bead bauble was found by an especially
inquisitive faery named Eunika. She had many
questions for me before she decided to swap
this bead for a very nice and sparkling peice
of lavender organza, which she intended on
making into a new dress for herself. She
wanted to know who the bead would be going
to and what would be done with it....of course I
told her that the fate of this bead would in the
hands of the new bearer of this treasure.

She did tell me that she found it in a small
forest of brightly blooming thistles, right next
to a meadow sprites backdoor. She wouldn't
go into further detail on if this bead may have
"happened" to belong to that very sprite. And
on further questioning refused to speak of the
matter at all.  Hence the only name I could
come up with for this bead was a refrence to
where it was "taken" from.

She especially liked the Celtic style,
silvered-ivory scroll work in the bead and had
asked me if I had anything similiar of the
design in laces and findings that she might be
able to sew into her new dress. Unfortunely I
did not, but I told her I would keep a look out
for anything winding and sparkly for her, for
another possible trade in the future. That left
her with a smile and when I blinked again, she
was no where to be seen!
Bead measures approx. 3/4 of an
inch by 3/4 of an inch wide. It has a
thickness of approx. 1/2 of an inch.
Hole measures 1/8 of an inch.