Ogerbeads Purple Sky Twisted, Confetti and Baroque Festival Review

Today Beadsaholic brings a review of Ogerbeads Purple Sky Twisted, Purple Sky Confetti and Purple Sky Baroque Festival.

It’s no secret that purple is my favorite color, so I might be a tad bias here; but, I believe these are some of the most beautiful Ogerbeads I have laid eyes on! I’m usually not much of a fan of raised designs on a bead, but the added scroll and buds with glitter gives a little extra texture. I love these three beads mixed with Redbalifrog’s brass Roses, Endless Loving, and stoppers all on a Trollbeads Gold Bangle.

Ogerbeads Purple Sky Confetti is a beautiful dark black base with purple flakes throughout, clear base and raised glitter buds. This bead measures approximately 15 mm x 7 mm and retails for 27 euros.

Ogerbeads Purple Sky Twisted Fragments is one of my favorite Ogerbeads. This bead reminds me of the galaxy. The swirls of lilac, purple, aventurine and glitter on a black base with clear faceted glass. This bead measures approximately 14 mm x 7 mm and retails for 32 euros.

Ogerbeads Sky Baroque Festival is similar in color and design as the Purple Sky Confetti, the only difference is this bead has a gold glitter ornament design. So, that makes this bead the perfect match. Sky Baroque Festival measures approximately 14 mm x 7 mm and retails for 27 euros.

I personally love purple, black and glitter together! Ogerbeads are beautifully made and have universal cores, so they will fit most brands. They are the perfect addition to any collection and mix well with other brands.

If you would like to shop for these beads or browse Ogerbeads, then you may do so at either of the following banners below. Both ship globally and are vat free for those of us outside Europe.


As always, I love hearing from you all. What do you think of these Ogerbeads?






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