We’ve just gotten some beautiful new (and limited edition) treasures in from all around the world.  We have a sneak peek below, but you can check out more beautiful images on the Facebook pages for our Dupont Circle and Falls Church locations — or come by and see them in person!




 

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Photo Gallery: African Trunk Show

This past weekend, our Baltimore and Falls Church locations were honored to host the semi-annual African Trunk Show featuring beautiful, precious, and collectible beads provided by our friend Ebrima.  Whether you came to the event itself, own similar items, or just enjoy the photos, comment with your thoughts!

Although this is a rare and special event, some of the items pictured below are still available.  Check out our website to purchase (or just learn about) African trade beads, gemstones, organic beads, metalwork, and more.

You can keep up with all our great events by liking us on Facebook or signing up for our twice-monthly e-blast.  We hope to see you at a Beadazzled location soon!

All photos by Natalie Thielen Helper.

Photo Gallery: A World of Good trunk show

Today, our Dupont Circle location hosted the first of three trunk shows featuring exquisite items from A World of Good.  Join us for the next two shows in Baltimore and Falls Church to enjoy these treasures in person!  Jeri Gerard, founder of A World of Good, will be on hand throughout each show to answer all your questions and explain the significance behind each exquisite piece.

You can keep up with events like this on Facebook, our website, or by signing up for our emails!

All photos by Natalie Thielen Helper.

Photo Gallery: Afghan Treasures Trunk Show

These photographs of our trunk show collection include a dazzling array of gemstones in different shapes, sizes, and finishes in lapis, turquoise, and old carnelians along with unusual iridescent heat-treated copper findings and beads– and so much more.

Antique jewelry and beautiful hand-made rugs and other textiles are also pictured. These hand-crafted products come from cottage industries; we are proud to help preserve South Central Asian cultural heritage by marketing this unique Afghan work.


You can keep up with events like this on our website or by signing up for our emails!

All photos by Natalie Thielen Helper.