TGLBE-00218 Trollbeads Peaceful Garden Kit
Signification TGLBE-00218 Trollbeads Peaceful Garden Kit:
Let your garden be a peaceful and serene place. The set consists of article numbers: TGLBE-20308 - TGLBE-20313.
Please note: The price is for the bead only.
Item No.: TGLBE-00218
Weight: 11.70 g
Main Material: Silver 925
Tashi, Dhundup & Dolma
This silver charm bead fits Trollbeads bracelets and Trollbeads necklaces. Perfect if you are creating a glass charm bracelet or necklace with your Trollbeads.
Trollbeads jewelry are delivered in their original Trollbeads packaging.
Purchased Trollbeads jewels are always sent by insured and registered mail.
- Dimension: Weight: 11.70 g
- Material : Silver
This silver / gold charm bead fits Trollbeads bracelets and Trollbeads necklaces. Perfect if you are creating a glass Trollbeads bracelet or necklace. Trollbeads jewelry are delivered together in the original Trollbeads box with 2 years warranty. (if you separate package like you can indicate this + may leave a message with your order in the shopping basket)
Purchased Trollbeads are always sent by insured and registered mail.
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Tashi, Dhundup and Dolma
Tashi, Dhundup and Dolma Tashi, Dhundup and Dolma are the designers of the 2014 Summer Limited edition glass beads. They have all created beautiful beads for the Trollbeads Collection since 2004. Originally from Tibet, but now living in Dhramsala – home of their spiritual leader Dalai Lama. The three ladies love to sing and dance in their spare time and sometimes they daydream about Tibet, about herding cattle and gazing at them.More info