The Palace of Amber Sijin Glass

This charm bracelet blog brings live images, comparisons and a little inspiration for the new The Palace of Amber Sijin glass designs.

We’re not yet half way through 2019 and already some of my favourite designs for the year have been from The Palace of Amber. More recently the brand expanded into their first glass designs by way of Sijin.

The Palace of Amber Sijin glass are small floral cubes, available in four different colours. They’re a great size, particularly for those of you with more delicate wrists or indeed bangle wearers.

The glass debuted at Great Lakes Boutique for Bead Bash on the Lake but I had not time during the event to offer any kind of size comparison images or a closer look at these beads. Last night we restocked the line and you can find them via the link below:-

The Palace of Amber Sijin

As mentioned Sijin is currently available in four colour options. The first is a black based bead with pink floral details and gold foil. These beads retail at just $27 each.

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The second colour variation and my personal favourite is lemon flowers on a pale blue base, again with the gold foil.

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The third features a pale blue base with pink flowers and silver foil, where the fourth is a lovely purple colour. These two have proven the most popular with collectors and we’re very low on stock of both.

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In regards to their size, these are obviously cube shaped glass. They’re smaller in height than Trollbeads glass, though a little wider. They are larger than a Trollbeads Pearl however.

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In comparison with Ohm’s barrel glass, they’re considerably smaller (but so are Trollbeads.)

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I’ve been enjoying both the shape and the size of these beads. They look very neat on bangles. As mentioned the pale blue and green is my personal favourite. It feels really cool for the summer season (and it looks like lemonade.) Mine have been mixed with creamy alabaster Trollbeads Wings of Amber and gold beads.

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The vibe changes entirely when combined with silver.

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Finally I’ve stacked them both with The Palace of Amber Flamboyant Sakuras which I’m so obsessed with.

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The Palace of Amber Sijin Summary

I love this cubed glass and the smaller size too. Right now I’m so excited for the launch of the Trollbeads Summer 2019 collection (and check back next week for the details of the next Great Lakes Boutique online event in celebration of this release,) and I’m hoping these glass will mix in well with the new stones.

Remember there’s an all new listing live at Great Lakes Boutique right now if you want to check out The Palace of Amber’s first glass designs.

Comments
  1. MaLa SaHan

    these cube beads are very lovely and delicately feminine. You speak of four colour versions but show only three, hoping you will show the fourth version soon. Thanks so much for sharing

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