Beads: A trendy touch to jewellery

Gorgeous beads in handcrafted designs to let you sparkle and shine elegantly or playfully in a myriad of colours! Beaded jewellery is the best way to accessorise your chic summer, extravagant glamour or minimal styles. Beads carry ethnic and spiritual vibes even when they are set in modern designs. Beaded jewellery has the most unisex appeal among all other styles of jewellery. Pro tip: Bead jewellery is very durable, provided you give it a bit of TLC. Always wipe your bead jewellery clean and store separately.

At The Jewellery Room, you will find beautiful and authentic bead jewellery in colorful, high-quality czeck and japanese glass, gemstones and pearls from the finest designers.

Beads in all shapes and colours!

Bead jewellery comes in many types, sizes and in all colours.

Bead sizes
They vary from very tiny ones, as small as a few millimetres, to big chunky ones.

Bead colours
May be natural (from the material), enamelled or skillfully dyed.

Bead materials
Beads can be crafted from natural organic material (seeds, ivory, and shells) and inorganic material (precious metals and minerals). Gemstones beads like amber, aquamarine, or pearl are organic while others like lapis lazuli and agate are inorganic. Synthetic beads are made from materials like glass and enamelled-ceramic.

Bead shapes
Jewellery artisans make beautifully beaded or woven necklaces and bracelets using beads that are faceted, round, oval, tubular, cube, coins, chips, baroque, and tiles. Round, oval are favoured shapes for glass beads, whereas tile and coins are preferred for ceramic ones.

Bead hole patterns
Beads can be fully drilled or partly drilled. Baroque beads are often drilled only on the top.

At, you can find handcrafted bead jewellery in a variety of colours and patterns.

Bead jewellery facts that may interest you

Bead jewellery is truly universal in nature. Beads became popular as trade items and were often used in the barter trade of yore. Civilizations in Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Indus Valley were known to deal in beads.

Glass beads have had enduring popularity. It was the Egyptians who developed glass-type beads from faience (a ceramic material) around 5000 years ago. Later Venice (1500 AD) Bohemia (1700s onwards) in Europe became famous for glass-bead making.

Crystal and gemstone bead jewellery have been popular since time immemorial due to their spiritual and healing properties.

So, don’t hesitate. Visit to find some of the best designer bead jewellery from Scandinavia, Europe, Guatemala and the rest of the world.