Trollbeads JP Ageless Beauty Review

The most special post today brings live photos of the much awaited  Trollbeads ‘Ageless Beauty’ bead, representing Japan. This bead is the second ‘country specific’ bead to be release this year, following ‘Wings of Freedom’ representing the US.

A few days ago, Trollbeads Japan released this lovely image on their Facebook page, confirming to everyone just how beautiful this bead really is.

Trollbeads Ageless Beauty Inspiration
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When ‘Ageless Beauty’ arrived in the post yesterday, I was immediately in awe of just how beautiful and intricate this bead is. It totally brightened my day! Here are some live photos …

Trollbeads Ageless Beauty
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Trollbeads Ageless Beauty
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Trollbeads Ageless Beauty
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Trollbeads Ageless Beauty
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Trollbeads Ageless Beauty
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Trollbeads Ageless Beauty
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Trollbeads Ageless Beauty
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When you look deep into the bead, it looks like millefiori cane work, but how this is incorporated into a glass bead amazes me. The level of intricacy within this bead is outstanding. Great credit must be given to Nozomi Kaji who designed this beautiful bead, and also to those who actually made it.

I am so in love with this bead, I am hoping to get another. Then I plan to do an inspirational bracelet based on this beautiful bead, along with a Fantasy Necklace combination – it certainly deserves more than one blog post to be dedicated to it to showcase its full beauty.

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2 thoughts on “Trollbeads JP Ageless Beauty Review”

    1. Hi. It is stunning isn’t it?! I love the 3-dimensional appearance of the bead. I can’t stop looking at mine. It must take a lot of skill to create the design. I know some people feel that it is expensive for a glass bead, but I think the price is justified given the intricacy of the design. ‘Blooming Sakura’ from the World Tour is so pretty, though due to spending on other Trollbeads it is one I have not got … I really need to source one. I have the Kimono Kit, also created by Nozomi Kaji, and that is very pretty too. Her designs are so delicate yet at the same time striking, a very talented lady!

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