Keller Beach: Named for the incredible California beaches where Amanda grew up.
Keller Beach overlooks the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco. Perfect inspiration for this sunny golden necklace.
Gorgeous 2 sided hand blown glass beads made during the 1920's cubist Bauhaus movement in Germany. Each side was then painted with platinum followed by 24k gold. After almost 100 years, the gold is rubbing off creating a glistening matte gold sheen.
- Triangle beads in white, blue and yellow
- Threaded onto ultra fine 14k gold fill chain 16" long + 2" extender
- Lobster clasp
- White glove packaging
- Matching earrings available
- 5% of proceeds from Retro collection are donated to LLS
Custom retro jewelry is available.
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STORY OF THE BEADS
The beads used are composed of hand blown German glass from a glassworks studio in Sudetenland with the Bauhaus style popular during the 1920's.
During WWII the glassworks factory was bombed reducing it to rubble. The designer disappeared and molds broken. Decades later when the family went to rebuild, the beads were found in the debris.
Since they cannot be reproduced, these beads are rare and highly prized.
My husband and I were traveling through Europe when fate intervened and we met the family over dinner. By dessert, I had purchased as much of the collection as possible.
Each design is handmade by me using 14k gold fill, sterling silver or pure silk.