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CATHEDRAL

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ANTIQUE OCTAGON

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ANTIQUE OCTAGON BRONZE MATTE

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ANTIQUE OCTAGON BRONZE TIP

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ANTIQUE OCTAGON SILVER TIP

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ANTIQUE OCTAGON SMOOTH BRONZE

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ANTIQUE OVAL

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ANTIQUE OVAL BRONZE TIP

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ANTIQUE OVAL SILVER TIP

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ANTIQUE TRIANGLE

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ANTIQUE TRIANGLE BRONZE TIP

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GERMAN TRIANGLE

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GERMAN TRIANGLE MATTE

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Generic Color Chart

 


smoke topaz


montana

amethyst

olivine

fuschia

olivine/brown

topaz/green

stripe blue/green
/black

crystal/amethyst

pink/blue

green/blue

crystal

jet

cobalt

teal

ruby (dark)

dark topaz

alexandrite

sapphire

emerald

rosaline

med. topaz

siam ruby

hematite

gold/smoke topaz luster

blue luster

amethyst luster

green luster

turquoise

black diamond

light sapphire

aqua

peridot

garnet

blue/light green

ruby/crystal

mid amethyst

light peridot
       
           

 

 

There are many variations of Cathedral Beads (sometimes called Window or Window Pane beads).   These come in many sizes and different shapes.    There are many styles of faceting.    The tips of the beads may be finished off in different colors, or with different textures.

These fire polished cathedral beads are very popular in bracelets, necklaces and rosaries.

We have sorted our selection by Style, Shape, and Tip Color.   An "Antique Style"  has define-able tips of a different color than the bead as a whole.    Where no color is stated below, the tip is a diffused or mottled color, usually a greenish-gray, but sometimes it comes as a different coloration -- we have no control over this.   A "German Style" has no separately define-able tips; the beads are one color throughout.  

The shapes we cover are octagon, triangle, and oval.