Trollbeads World Tour Live Image Shopping

This Trollbeads blog alerts readers to live image shopping for the Trollbeads World Tour before it retires in three weeks.

Last month saw confirmation that the Trollbeads World Tour beads would retired permanently on August the 1st 2018. The World Tour began all the way back in 2010 with beads originally only being available to the country they represented. When the tour drew to a close, retailers globally were permitted to order all designs for a very short period of time. Since then Trollbeads have very sporadically allowed the same thing. Next month it retires for good and at that stage only the stock currently in circulation will remain.

Trollbeads World Tour

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Trollbeads World Tour

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Trollbeads World Tour

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The World Tour has had some amazing designs and looking back, it’s definitely one of the most enjoyable periods for me. I remember anticipating which country would be represented next and how and the marketing campaigns were beautiful.

Trollbeads World Tour

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Trollbeads World Tour

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Ahead of it’s retirement we’ve just listed almost all of the World Tour glass and amber beads at Great Lakes Boutique, including a decent number of the coveted Blooming Sakura which was originally back ordered following the retirement announcement. This is probably the final time we’ll be offering these beads live so do take advantage if you’re looking to expand your collection before they’re gone.

Trollbeads World Tour

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For reference you can find the silvers (or beads not shown in live images) here.

As always I love to hear from my readers. Did you enjoy the Trollbeads World Tour? Did you have a favourite country? Hit the comments and let me know!

Comments
  1. Jen

    Well, I certainly am glad that I didn’t get too carried away to pay the high prices people wanted for some of these beads after they were supposedly no longer available.

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