This large size Twisted Spider had a custom snowflake Lampwork glass body with a faceted Swarovski Crystal head and stainless steel bead caps. The legs are accented with icy blue Swarovski Crystal, twisted silver Czech glass and iridescent clear seed beads. It can be finished with either anornament hook for displaying, a pendant with necklace cord or for a small fee either a hair clip or a brooch pin glue on the spider for accessorizing. This spider measures 3 inches in diameter.
Our photos represent the style spider using the particular beads shown in the photo. Due to the uniqueness of individual beads, the finished spider you receive may vary slightly compared to the photo. Spiders indicated in the listing as "One of a Kind" will have photos of the exact spider that you will receive. Customers are responsible for reading the item descriptions and contacting Twisted Spiders with questions prior to completing purchase. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Please see our Terms & Conditions.
Twisted Spiders is a patented design, U.S. Patent D0629471. If you are inspired by Twisted Spiders, please respect our unique patented design and seek appropriate counsel before proceeding with your artistic endeavors.
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Hang Twisted Spiders from your car mirror. Wear one in your hair. Pin one on your clothing. Put them everywhere!
Twisted Spiders is a patented design, U.S. Patent D0629471. If you are inspired by Twisted Spiders, please respect our unique patented design and artistic expression and please avoid reproducing similar beaded spiders designs with the same overall look and style also known as “art plagiarism”. See our About section for more detailed information.