OHM beads Gramophone

The last OHM bead of the month for this year is December no. 43 Gramophone.

Gramophone is packed in a very cute tin can.

And comes with a certificate of authenticity with a code and a number, the code is engraved on the bead. Only 555 beads are made.

Again OHM went to great lengths to get all the details right! The little handle really works and so does the record! This bead has a very nostalgic feel that goes great with the festive season!

I first made a festive seasonal bangle with last year’s December Bead of the Month Stardust, two Truebeadz Amsterdam Midnight, Rococo and Gramophone.

As a focal bead with two Hive Mind and two Hipster Hops.

Musical bangle with music notes, two Purple Haze, Woodstock and Gramophone.

On a bracelet with more nostalgic beads. We Learn As We Age, Winter Frost, Landline, Celebrate, Gramophone, Blueberry and Time Flies.

A Christmas feel with two Love Hurts, two July spinners, OhmMyGod 2.0 two facet glass, Gramophone and OhmMyGod.

On Chunky bracelet with OHM WHO clasp. With Sky Fire, Love Grows, two Ohmniques, Gramophone, Butterflies and Primrose.

This is the new leather bracelet called Whip. I made a Christmas inspired bracelet with two facets glass and Gramophone, Primrose, Stardust and Sky Fire.

One of the most iconic images with a gramophone must be with the little dog called Nipper. A painting called His Master’s Voice painted by Francis Barraud became very famous when a record company adopted this image and name.

The bracelet I made just had to be black and white! With two white Pandora glass, Gramophone, Dark Soul and a little dog from a dutch charity beads line.

This Gramophone is a gorgeous addition to the Bead of the Month collection and the nostalgic feel goes so well with the festive season! Merry Christmas!

Disclosure: for this blog I may receive some items as promotional samples.

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