Skulls Made by Pearl Beads

Both pearl beads and skull beads are very common for jewelry makers and bead lovers, but have you ever seen skulls made by pearl beads? Recently, the carven pearl skulls made by Japanese artist Shinji Nakaba have gained extensive attention from jewelry makers and designers all over the world. So now I’m here to share you something about the pearl bead skulls and other fantastic jewelry designed by Mr. Shinji Nakaba.

First let’s have a look at the fascinating pearl skulls.

pearl skulls

That’s really amazing right? Mr. Shinji Nakaba said he always want to bring brand new life to something that has no value. And he explains on Etsy, “I use not only precious metals and stones, but also everyday things, such as aluminum beer cans, plastic bottle, or even garbage”. So cool and so artistic!

Following are the rings made by those cool skull shaped pearl beads.

skull rings

Simple ring made by pearl skull and jewelry wire

pearl skull ring

Lovely skull beaded ring

These rings are cool and stylish right? They are perfect for the coming Halloween!

As Mr. Shinji Nakaba said, he always wants to bring brand new life to something that has no value. Actually he really does. We can see that from his jewelry designs.

moon face ring made by acrylic beads

Moon face ring made by acrylic beads

pearl boys

Pearl boys

wire wrapped snake ring

Wire wrapped snake ring

stucco ring

Stucco ring

plastic pipe ring

Plastic pipe ring

chrysanthemum made by aluminum cans and plastics

Chrysanthemum made by aluminum cans and plastics

After appreciating so many adorable crafts, do you astonished by Mr. Shinji Nakaba’s impressive designs? Are you curious about the guy behind all these gorgeous designs? Well, here are the images of Mr. Shinji Nakaba himself.

Shinji Nakaba

Wow! This man is really cool and stylish right? I’m his fan now! LOL~

If you have any funny jewelry designs or jewelry making ideas, welcome to share! Or anything wrong in this post, welcome to correct!

All images come from Pinterest.

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