Esther Inspired Necklace - Blue Beaded Fringe Necklace
by Fair Bloom
A beaded pastel blue necklace to remind us of God's absolute sovereignty and neverending faithfulness in times of difficulty.
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- UK - £1.50
- International - £4.00
Nowhere is God’s name mentioned in the book of Esther in the Bible, yet it teaches a very clear lesson on God’s sovereignty. In a time of exile and silence from God, His unseen hand of justice and faithfulness still prevails. Life is oftentimes chaotic, confusing and not according to what we plan - it becomes so easy to doubt, question and waver. And the centrepiece of this necklace represents that. With beads pointing here and there in random order, it was even confusing for me as I made it! However, when the necklace is viewed as a whole, the centrepiece transforms into something beautiful and coherent. And this is the same with God - we may not understand what is happening; where is God, how can this be for our good. But in light of God’s total plan, just as He was working during Esther’s time, He is working today and He is working for our good. It will be beautiful.
Made of Czech crystals, Miyuki glass seed beads, acrylic pearls, and a glass lampwork bead.
The centrepiece measures 5cm and each beaded cube measures 1cm. The total necklace measures 48cm / 18.5inches.
This piece of jewellery is hand-wrapped in its own pretty gift box and ribbon and ready to be shipped within 1- 3 working days.
I make each piece of jewellery to withstand regular wear and test them for a typical day out. However, as beaded jewellery are delicate creations, please be careful when handling them.
Meet the Maker
Japanese glass seed bead jewellery to celebrate your story
Fair Bloom represents the vision of all women knowing their true beauty and worth. It is the desire for women to recognise that who we are is wonderfully acceptable, uniquely ours and definitely, definitely enough; there is no need to be more of this or less of that. We are beautiful because we are His.
The word ‘beautiful’ seems to have lost the rich offering it carries. The suffix -ful tagged on at the end of a word is often overlooked. But what if we broke the word down?
Wonderful = full of wonder
Joyful = full of joy
Beautiful = full of beauty
Standing alone, -ful becomes ‘full’ and returns the significance to the word.
Full = containing as much as possible, having no empty space; not lacking anything, complete.
I hope that my jewellery conveys the message that "You are loved. You are appreciated. You are not taken for granted."
Every woman is, without shame, a fair, beautiful bloom through Christ. And because of that, your story is worth celebrating.