Bead Encyclopedia

A handy visual guide to the variety of Czech glass bead shapes on the market. Scroll through the photos to get a feel for the different types of pressed glass beads and how many of them look when strung. You will also get a feel for the beautiful variety of colors and finishes available – click on each photo to see more colors and finishes in that particular shape!

Czech Two Hole Tiles

Czech Two Hole Tiles

Czech Nuggets

Czech Nuggets

Czech Pear Shaped Drops

Czech Pear Shaped Drops

Czech Pillow Beads

Czech Pillow Beads

Czech Rose Petals

Czech Rose Petals

Czech Slapjacks

Czech Slapjacks

Czech Spikes

Czech Spikes

Czech Three Petal Trumpet Flowers

Czech Three Petal Trumpet Flowers

Czech Trumpet Flowers

Czech Trumpet Flowers

Czech Two Hole Bars

Czech Two Hole Bars

Czech Two Hole Daggers

Czech Two Hole Daggers

Czech Twin Beads

Czech Twin Beads

Czech Pinch Beads

Czech Pinch Beads

Czech Lentils

Czech Lentils

Czech Leaf Beads

Czech Leaf Beads

Czech Gemstone Doughnuts

Czech Gemstone Doughnuts

Czech Flower Petals

Czech Flower Petals

Czech Flat Squares

Czech Flat Squares

Czech Flat Coins

Czech Flat Coins

Czech Fire Polish Rounds

Czech Fire Polish Rounds

Czech Farfalle Seed Beads

Czech Farfalle Seed Beads

Czech Drops

Czech Drops

Czech Daggers

Czech Daggers

Czech Cube Beads

Czech Cube Beads

Czech Charlotte Seed Beads

Czech Charlotte Seed Beads

Czech Carved Flat Ovals

Czech Carved Flat Ovals

Czech Angel Wings

Czech Angel Wings

Czech Baroque Beads

Czech Baroque Beads

Czech Bell Flowers

Czech Bell Flowers

Czech Glass Button

Czech Glass Button

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3 responses to “Bead Encyclopedia

  1. This is neat but I think you need an addendum, what about two hole bricks and two hole lentils?

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