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handmade gemstone necklaces

Beaded jewelry has a long and colorful history dating thousands of years back to ancient times. Since then, uncountable variations of the craft have been created, worn, and passed down through the generations. Even today, beaded jewelry is as prevalent and widely worn as it has ever been. The sheer variety of possibilities have continued to inspire and make the craft worthwhile for creators and wearers alike. 

When it comes to handcrafted beaded jewelry, necklaces are a good place to start for anyone looking to stand out from the crowd. The beautiful thing about necklaces is that they allow designers to create a myriad of different patterns. Beads of varying colors, shapes, and materials can be strung together in nearly any way desired. Eye-catching centerpieces can also be used to create a necklace that stands out from any other. Anything from glass, wood, gems, pearls, and even bone can be used as beads. This gives designers, and by extension the purchaser, access to a world of almost infinitely customizable jewelry. Selecting the right beads that work together to make something glamorous and eye-catching is an art that continues to surprise us. Despite the thousands of necklaces that have ever existed, every piece is something new to behold. When the work is handcrafted, you're sure to find something unique you probably won't find anywhere else. 

At SWCreations, all of our jewelry is 100% handcrafted. We never mass produce our creations, meaning you'll never find jewelry that's entirely identical to ours. The gems and beads we use come from around the world, are of the highest quality, and are in many cases one-of-a-kind items. Our passion is in making something beautiful that will be treasured for years to come. Browse through our extensive collection of beaded necklaces and see the rest of our unique selection. 

October 14, 2018 by SWCreations Jewelry

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