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TGLBE-20295 Trollbeads Blue Bamboo
Signification of Trollbeads Blue Bamboo:
Keep your back straight but be flexible on your way through life.
Item No.: TGLBE-20295
Main Material: Silver 925
Tenzin Phuntsok & Kalden Chopel
This silver charm bead fits Trollbeads bracelets and Trollbeads necklaces. Perfect if you want to put together a glass beads Trollbeads bracelet or Trollbeads necklace.
The Trollbeads jewelry is always delivered in the original Trollbeads packaging.
The purchased Trollbeads jewelry is always sent by registered and insured mail with Bpost.
- Dimension: 1.95
- Material : Glass
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.
Trollbeadsonline always strives for the best delivery. If your order is processed and complete, it will be sent with Bpost the same day. You will recieve a mail with a track&trace code so that you'll be able to follow your order as it is being sent to you.
If you unexpectedly wouldn't be satisfied with your purchase, you an return this within 14 days. For more information about reshipment and trading, you can scroll down.
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Tenzin Phuntsok and Kalden ChopelTibet
Tenzin Phuntsok and Kalden ChopelTibet Kalden Chophel belonged to the first group of Tibetans initiated by Lise Aagaard in the spring of 2005 in the manufacture of glass beads. When Tenzin Phuntsok heard that there was a company that created beautiful jewelry made of glass, he immediately attracted himself to this art form. Kalden Chophel has two sons and in addition to making glass beads he likes trekking and bird watching. He also has a shelter for stray dogs. These things give him enormous satisfaction and energy. Tenzin Phuntsok left Tibet when he was 11 years old. He was trained in painting with oil paint for four years and then became an art painter. He has been working for two and a half years with glass and dreams of his own "art studio".More info