Druridge Bay Bead
This glass charm bead has been inspired by the 7-mile long Druridge Bay on the North Sea in Northumberland. Beautiful glass and silver beach jewellery to collect.
Druridge Bay is a 7-mile long bay in Northumberland and the unspoilt coastline stretches from Amble to Cresswell. It is a golden sandy beach with sand dunes, pools and it is surrounded by meadow and woodland, Druridge Bay Country Park. It is popular with outdoor activities including paddling and surfing.
Our Druridge Bay bead has been created using a pretty transparent blue glass, which represents the sea and sky on a summer’s day. The bead is then wrapped in a light ivory glass to portray the long stretch of golden sand. The bead is then decorated in a handmade frit (tiny shards of glass) the colours within this frit represent the colours found within the grasses along the dunes and coastline.
Our Druridge beads are made by Sarah in our studio in Braunton, North Devon.
We try our very best to keep the patterns on our beads as consistent as possible but due to the nature of each one being individually handmade, please except there to be variations in each bead...this is what makes your Nalu unique!