Today I am sharing my under-the-counter stash of Lapis Lazuli beads from Afghanistan. Some of you may remember the tray from a visit to the shop. Get me talking about Lapis Lazuli and I am certain to bring it out!
Our first offering is everyone’s favorite: an 18-inch knotted graduated strand of convex center-drilled disc beads. The largest bead is 48x48mm. The smallest is 24x24mm. The beads are about 8mm thick at the center. There is only one strand available. First two photos show the same strand from both sides. The third shows detail of pyrite inclusions. Regular price: $495. for the strand. We’re offering a 20% discount if you order before April Fool’s Day. Discounted price: $396.
Contact Anita at 603-522-6529 or anitaNH@roadrunner.com to place your order. Stock is limited to the items described in this post and you will receive the item pictured. Order by April Fool’s Day (April 1, 2020) and receive a 20% discount off the regular price.
We will be closed Thanksgiving Day but stop in this weekend for our Big Black Friday Book Sale!
All books and magazines will be 50% OFF beginning Friday November 29th and ending Monday December 2nd at Anita’s Beads. Post cards and chromolithographs are also included in the sale. Hours are 10-5 (12-5 Sundays); closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
I was very excited to hear that my collage, Blanche Big, is in the news today! This piece is a donation to the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts in Rochester, New Hampshire and appears on the cover of the “Rochester Radar” dated Friday May 18th 2018. Read more on the Rochester MFA’s Facebook page.
We had a great time at The Franklin Gallery last night. It was fantastic to see all the art arranged on new walls. There are 21 pieces displayed until the end of May so stop in if you happen to be in Rochester, New Hampshire.
I have collage art in this show sponsored by Art Works Chocorua Creative Arts Center. Hours are: Friday July 28 from 6-8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday July 29th and 30th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location is Runnells Hall, 25 Deer Hill Road, Chocorua, New Hampshire.
The show includes fiber art, paintings, pottery, jewelry, glass and photography by New Hampshire artists.