Buy More Save More Sale

Our Most Popular Super Sale is back in time for Gift Season Give the gifts that knock their socks off! Beadworks is doing it’s part with a super gemstone sale just in time for the holidays. Buy 2 gem strands, get 20% off Buy 3 gem strands – get 30% off Buy 5 or more strands … Continue Reading

Holiday Gift Helpers

Santa’s Helper Studio Hours The elves of Beadworks invite you to use our studio space for all of your Holiday gift and crafting creations! Come on in during the scheduled Workshop Hours and we will assist you with ideas, designs and basic labor, FREE OF CHARGE. It’s the time of year to give, and we want to … Continue Reading

Holiday Hours

Beadwork’s Holiday Hours The store will be closing early on Christmas and New Year’s Eve so that the Beadworks family can celebrate the holiday. Our holiday schedule; Saturday, Dec 24th – closing early at 3pm Sunday, 25th – closed Monday – open at our usual time! Saturday, Dec 31st – closing early at 3pm Sunday, … Continue Reading

Mala Beads & Meditation

A mala is a strand of beads, typically knotted, that are used for counting and concentration during meditation or yoga. The number of mala beads on a necklace or bracelet can vary from 108, 54, 27, 21, or 19. Traditional malas, or buddhist prayer beads, are made with Rudraksha beads, which grows on trees and embody … Continue Reading

Fairfield’s Holiday 2016 Gemstone Show

We are ecstatic to announce that our Holiday Gemstone Show will be held Thursday, Nov. 17th from 10:30am to 5pm, at our Beadworks Fairfield store located at 1700 Post Road. We are bringing out all of our best and sparkly gemstone strands to prep you for the upcoming holiday season. Shop our latest selection of faceted cut and mystic … Continue Reading

November’s Birthstone: Citrine

Citrine is the birthstone of November, along with Topaz. It is a beautiful, transparent quartz with yellow-orange hues. The name comes from the French word, Citron, which translates to lemon. Citrine is found in many different shades that can range from golden yellow to honey, and even light brown. It can even be found growing naturally in Amethyst, … Continue Reading