Redbalifrog Turquoise Debuts in New Shape

This Redbalifrog blog alerts readers to a change in shape of the Redbalifrog Turquoise stone.

As a brand Redbalifrog predominantly focus on detail silver beads. That said there are a small number of gemstones, coral and wooden beads in the range. One such bead is the Redbalifrog Turquoise.

Redbalifrog Turquoise

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The Redbalifrog version is a relatively small barrel shaped bead, or at least until recently. The turquoise is now available in the more familiar oval shade. For those of you who enjoy consistency in your bracelets, you may find this a little easier to style.

Redbalifrog Turquoise

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I’m a little unsure at this point as to whether the new shape replaces the original barrel or is an addition to the line. We have the new style arriving at Great Lakes Boutique any day

As always I love to hear from my readers. What are your thoughts on the new shape of Redbalifrog Turquoise? Hit the comments and let me know!

  1. Faye S.

    It’s lovely. I’d have to think about it. It’s nice that they “go” with typical shaped beads.
    In the last few years I bought two lovely classic turquoise beads from a bead company you were featuring who sold a lot of natural stones. I also got a beautiful white moonstone-looking bead with silver engraved caps from the same company who was giving away bead storage tubes with purchase at the time. I wear them on copper and silver bangles as you had featured as inspiration on your site.

  2. Faye S.

    …p.s. just checked my bead records. It was the Bronze infused Kingman Turquoise and Palermo Ice from Artisan Bead Boutique from your June 2015 post. They are a big larger and wider than typical size beads. So RBF’s turquoise may go better in a combination for me.

  3. Pippa

    I’m intrigued… I like the idea but want to see live pics ๐Ÿ™‚
    Also, they look to be on the small side, which could be useful….just not sure…

  4. Jelma

    I have three older RBF turquoise beads, but none of them have the barrel shape shown above… two are spherical, from a well known retailer, one oval, bought second hand. I always wondered why they look so little like the publicity photos. The new small turquoises look nice though.

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