Today Beadsaholic brings a review of Ogerbeads Moonlight Red/Aqua and Limited-Edition Fire Fragments.
If you have been looking for the perfect red and black beads, then you are in for a treat. I personally hope to see more designs like you will see here on the blog today. As you will see there are two Fire Fragments, I went ahead and photographed both so that you can see how similar they are for those of us who love pairs.
Ogerbeads LE Fire Fragment – the core is black on each side with red, silver with a hint of aqua encased in clear faceted glass. Reminds me of bubbling lava. This is a limited-edition bead, it comes only in universal core and can be purchased at either Ogerbeads or Pianeta Beads. Fire Fragments retails for €32
Ogerbeads Moonlight Red/Aqua – is a stunning bead with such a deep rich red with glow flakes throughout. Not only is this bead beautiful, but it will add a bit of fun to your collection. This bead is currently only available in a small core at Ogerbeads. Retails for €27
Here you can see the aqua glow on the left.
Ogerbeads LE Fire Fragments – this is the second Fire Fragment, as you can see it is similar to the other Fire Fragment above. This is one of the things I love most about Ogerbeads, for the most part she has great control over her designs and for those of us who love matching beads this is a plus. Note as I said above this is a limited-edition bead and comes in a universal core. Fire Fragments retails for €32
I thought since these were such great reds that they would go perfect in a Twilight Movie combination with Bella (Ohm Female Vampire) and Edward (Ohm Vampire).
Over all, I love these beads! The Moonlight design comes in array of colors, which makes them lots of fun and I hope to see more designs like the Fire Fragments. Both designs are a standard size in comparison to Trollbeads standard glass of around 14 mm. Raised designs usually run a bit bigger.
If you like any of the glass beads in this article, then you may order them at the following two links.
As always, I love hearing your feedback. What are your thoughts on Ogerbeads?