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Art Glass Beaded Spider Talisman #2

Beaded spider with black & silver glass beads, violet and blue iridescent Czech crystals and stunning lampwork glass bead. Can be worn as a brooch, necklace or used as an ornament.
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Art Glass Beaded Spider Talisman

#2 in the Spiders of Elsewither Series

Unique shimmering accessory on a hat, sweater or coat. Or hang on a Yule tree, a window or rear view mirror.

Beaded spider with black & silver glass beads as legs. Its head is a combo of large violet and smaller blue iridescent faceted Czech crystals. A stunning lampwork glass bead with silver, gold and blue swirls is its body.

Wire-wrapped with silver plated and black copper wire and Czech glass beads.

Silver glass beads form a loop from its head for those who would like to add a necklace cord or to hang as an ornament. A silver pin dangles from the loop so your spider may be worn as a brooch.

Each beaded spider is unique and handcrafted as a one of a kind art to wear piece. 

Please Note: Its beaded legs are adjustable and can be configured to the shape you like, however the beads are fragile, not recommended for children!

Lightweight. Measures about 4 inches by 4 inches depending on how you bend its legs.

Spiders were believed to be symbols of prosperity in ancient Rome. In China if one sees a spider drop from its web it is good fortune. In Native American folklore, spiders are believed to be dreamcatchers. As the weaver of the web, the spider symbolizes the spirit of creation. In several traditions, spider is also the symbol of the Divine Mother.

The Christmas Spider Legend

According to this folktale, a poor woman was cleaning her home for Christmas. As she swept her broom, spiders fled to the attic to be out of the way. On Christmas Eve night, the spiders came out for a peek and sung "Oh what a beautiful tree! Let's go help." 

In the spiders' excitement, they crawled along the branches, adding their lacey webs to the tree. When Santa Claus arrived he saw how happy the spiders were with their work and he was filled with joy. He knew however that the woman would be upset to see her tree covered in spider webs, so he turned the strands to shimmering silver. The spiders thanked him and celebrated under the tree later that evening!

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Created with love & a touch of magic in Salem MA by jeanie mossa




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I do my best to ship all items out within 2-3 business days. If you are in a hurry please contact me and i will do my best to ship sooner than that. 

All orders $40 qualify for free shipping. 

I will assume full responsibility for mailed packages until packages are delivered or a first delivery attempt is made by the Postal Carrier. After USPS tracking indicates that the package has been delivered or a delivery attempt has been made, the package becomes the responsibility of the buyer.


I am happy to repair any pieces damaged in mailing or and normal wear and tear. Please convo me immediately if your item arrives damaged so that we can remedy the situation.

As all pieces are one of a kind art, we do not make refunds. Please contact me if you have questions about the art before the sale!