Wholesale Silver Jewelry Sets – New for April from Beads Bali

Elegant .925 sterling silver sets distinguished by the silver ‘lace’ detail applied by hand and soldered onto the solid silver disks — each piece is made by hand, one at a time and is unique. Each set takes hours of careful fingerwork.

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Click on the image or follow these links for more details

Silver Lace & Mother of Pearl — Matched Set of Earrings, Pendant & Ring inset with Mother of Pearl…

Silver Lace & Red Coral — Matched Set of Earrings, Pendant & Ring inset with Red Coral…

Silver Lace & Turquoise — Matched Set of Earrings, Pendant & Ring inset with Turquoise…

Silver Lace & Black Shell — Matched Set of Earrings, Pendant & Ring inset with Black Shell…

Update: February 28th, 2011 — we have handmade silver jewelry sets in stock — please go to http://www.beads-bali.com/stock/wholesale-silver-jewelry/silver-sets-bali-wholesale for more details (link opens in a new tag or window).

Jewelry Set Details

Each set comprises a matching solid silver pendant, silver earrings and adjustable silver ring inset with mother of pearl, turquoise, black shell or red coral.

For large volume orders, please contact us directly at info@beads-bali.com.

More about Beads Bali Silver Jewelry and Beads

All of our silver jewelry is handmade in Bali and is .925 quality (stamped) sterling silver. Each item is individually weighed and inspected before shipping. We guarantee our products – if you’re not fully satisfied with your purchase, we’ll make arrangements to return the items for full credit. Production time on most orders is two weeks. Shipping is by courier.

More about Mother of Pearl

The use of Mother of Pearl for decoration and jewelry dates as far back as 4000 BC. Traditionally, it is given as the 30th wedding anniversary gift (symbolising love, fidelity and friendship) and is the birthstone of June.

Enjoy,

Athina

Keychains, Wooden Earrings and Piercings from Beads-Bali

Keychains from Beads-BaliMore then 10 new design of key chains, very nice, eye catching and also good selling products, please visit our Fashion Accessories – Keychain collection

Also don’t miss the new addition at Fashion Accessories Collection : Wooden Earrings and

Piercing.

Piercings from Beads-BaliOur Piercings are made from wood and bone, custom design are welcome.

Regards,

Athina & Sean

February New Products from Beads Bali

What new in February at Beads-Bali?

Yes, New addition of Wood Necklaces is now ready for you, also dont miss the new Wooden Bracelets and Belts

Wood Necklaces from Beads-Bali Wood Bracelets from Beads-Bali Belts from Beads-Bali

We also add new collection of Silver Rings, Silver Pendants and Silver Earrings.

Silver Rings from Beads-Bali Silver Pendants from Beads-Bali Silver Earrings from Beads-Bali

All our Silver Jewelery are handmade from 9.25 sterling silver combine with many choice of gemstone — it’s mean if you like one of the collection and wanna combine it with other stone as you like — you are welcome.

Last but not least — dont forget to visit our new product line:

Key Chain collection made from Leather, Glass Beads, Resin Beads, and many more.

Key Chain from Beads-Bali Key Chain from Beads-Bali more design caming up this week, so dont miss it!

Regards

Athina & Sean (Beads-Bali)

Indonesia Export — we’ve been around a while now.

We’ve been online doing what we do (the voodoo we do) for quite some time now.

11 years this December at the current count — check out the creation date in red below.

Domain Name: INDONESIAEXPORT.COM
Registrar: TUCOWS INC.
Whois Server: whois.opensrs.net
Status: ACTIVE
EPP Status: ok
Updated Date: 21-Sep-2006
Creation Date: 22-Dec-1995
Expiration Date: 21-Dec-2006

My, how time flies when you’re having fun.

Interesting though, a few months ago, I stumbled across a news article in Wired, I think, talking about the web archive [http://web.archive.org] where you could see old versions of Yahoo and the like.

Natch, I didn’t think little old us would turn up on their pages but there we were — at least going back to 1997 — interested, check it out at:

http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.indonesiaexport.com

We haven’t changed all that much — comes down to a couple of very basic rules: Keep it simple (Stupid!) and if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

Sean

Beads-Bali Just about to go live…

It’s five in the evening here in Bali and while I might have been out at the beach or walking the dog or drinking a nice glass of wine, instead I’m at home, at the desk, putting beads-bali.com through its paces.

My favorite part of the process was inserting a picture of our (my wife’s and my) new puppy, Jolie, to draw attention to free shipping. Ah, which reminds me: Shipping is now free!!

Please note picture at left.

I can see the ocean from my window — a small crack of it anyway now dominated by a ridiculous wood house.

Having said that, I’ll most likely have some wine later… and why not?

As has been often the case in the past, the problem has not been the content or even getting it all online.

  • I use Dreamweaver for the page designs and CSS…. a sometimes completely maddening program and yet worked well enough today.
  • Navicat to interface with mysql (an indispensable graphical front end to the unprettiest database on the planet).
  • Photoshop for the piccies.


For anyone who’s interested, the site is hosted at Westhost — a seemingly friendly and straight-forward bunch of people… if they prove otherwise, I’ll update this note.

I would have hosted with IQUEST but I’ve had nothing but hassle, problem and errors for the past couple of months and as they haven’t been able to remove their collective heads from their collective butts, I decided to start fresh with this one domain so while I’m spending the money on click advertising with the all might Google and Yahoo — not to mention the ridiculously complicated and low value for money express submit thingie at Yahoo — I didn’t want to do all that without being one hundred percent sure the site was running properly.

All in all, as easy as 1-2-3 — start to finish, the site was up and running in about two hours. Not bad at all.

And then, of course, the real slowdown begins: getting listed in the search engines and putting these products in front of people who’re looking for them.

Why does it have to be so hard?

A sitemap for Google, a sitemap for Yahoo. Pay for this. Pay for that. Logins, passwords, little picture thingies to make sure you’re not a robot… truly, the lunatics are not only on the path; they’re running the asylum.

It actually takes me longer jumping through all these stupid hoops for no damn good reason than it does for me to put up a brand spanking new website/wholesale operation.

Why is it that I can buy a car more quickly than I can get my site listed. And why do they insist on treating us like we’re out to steal military secrets? Makes no sense.

Anyway, just about all I can do now is sit back and try to be patient as I wait for the search engines to come and visit. And, if I’m really, really, really lucky, someone might send me an email.

Sean