Enjoy the beautiful Elfbeads designed by Paul Krans, Suzanne Slotboom and Daniela Troll.
These beads are designed to match every european bracelet.

Elfbeads beads and charms

In 2013 the journey of Elfbeads started with the artist Paul Krans. It all began with a quick course as a goldsmith to learn the basic techniques for jewellery production. Shortly after, Paul had allerede created many beautiful silver beads, but something was still missing. Suzanne Slotboom, a very talented glass artisan, became Paul's new partner and together, they were a unique team challenging each other in different way, as they had a very different way of thinking. Now - many years later - they have made more than 1000 different beads in both silver and glass, which are all very popular in the beads and charms market.

Elfbeads silver beads

If you are looking for new beautiful silver beads for your bracelet, check out the silver beads by Elfbead.These beads come in unique designs and are very detailed, what makes them a must-have for all bead lovers. Among many, silver bead Sea Dragon has been really popular, because of it's good size and incredible price. Very speacial Everscales silver beads are very beautiful beads that give a totally new look for you charm bracelet. 

Enchanting glass beads by Elfbeads

Enchanting is one of the words associated with Elfbeads, which I must say is the perfect description for Elfbeads glass beads because of their amazing colours and variations. Elfbeads come constantly with new releases of amazing glass beads, so keep an eye with Perlen's webpage so you don't miss any.

Elfbeads Glow, odds and everchanges

With the Elfbeads Glow in the dark glass beads, you get a bead that glows in the dark, once it first has ben "charged up" by the light of the sun or a really powerful light bulb. I imagine it would raise some eyebrows during dark evening when the bracelet lights up.
There are so many different Odds by Elfbeads, where they try out new ideas and funny things, such as different animals and glass beads or zirconia sprinkled inside the glass beads.