Ceramic Beads

CERAMIC BEADS

Beaded Creations online in South Africa offers a wonderful variety of ceramic beads to choose from, including intricate and colorful. Our ceramic beads are made from top quality porcelain clay and available in many different shapes, colors and finishes. Create jewelry with ceramic beads available in solid and multicolored possibilities, including white to paint or add your own designs. Shop porcelain beads, ranging from high quality to economy assortments. Porcelain is a ceramic material which has specific properties such as hardness, heat resistance, translucency and toughness that makes it very suitable for jewelry making. It is smooth, pure and becomes very hard after being fired at 2200 degrees. In jewelry making, porcelain pieces can be painted and glazed, set in brooches, earrings and necklaces. Porcelain is considered one of the best types of clay to use for jewelry because of its refined quality. Some of them are made using the Raku technique, a process which dates back to 16th Century Japan

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CERAMIC BEADS

Beaded Creations online in South Africa offers a wonderful variety of ceramic beads to choose from, including intricate and colorful. Our ceramic beads are made from top quality porcelain clay and available in many different shapes, colors and finishes. Create jewelry with ceramic beads available in solid and multicolored possibilities, including white to paint or add your own designs. Shop porcelain beads, ranging from high quality to economy assortments. Porcelain is a ceramic material which has specific properties such as hardness, heat resistance, translucency and toughness that makes it very suitable for jewelry making. It is smooth, pure and becomes very hard after being fired at 2200 degrees. In jewelry making, porcelain pieces can be painted and glazed, set in brooches, earrings and necklaces. Porcelain is considered one of the best types of clay to use for jewelry because of its refined quality. Some of them are made using the Raku technique, a process which dates back to 16th Century Japan

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