Tridacna beads whiter than white
The Tridacna beads are for most a less known bead type. The Tridacna bead are made from a gigantic bivalve shell, a type of mussel. The shell is not only gigantic, it is also the whitest in the world. It is also called the whitest rock on earth. It is also known here and there as white porcelain.
The serene beauty of Tridacna beads
The Tridacna beads are formed from this shell-like material. With their bright white color, the fantastically beautiful and shiny Tridacna beads give every piece of jewelry a spicy look. The serene beauty of the white Tridacna beads not only combines beautifully with, for example, black Agate, Gitten, Spinel or Onyx. A combination with the Blue Chalcedony / Crabagate bead also gives your jewelry a particularly fresh summery look.
The virgin white of the Tridacna bead
The color white in a bead
White beads are generally associated with the Moon. As a result, they are very closely associated with spirituality and sleep. The color white is also often associated with being lucky. In addition, the color white helps against headaches.
A wonderful summer feeling with the Tridacna bead
But our main concern is that this white bead evokes a summery feeling par excellence and can be easily combined with any other color, for example with blue for a super Beach feeling or with green for the hip Urban look. Any other color is of course also good.