Beads

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Spyderco first started making beads in.

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The BEAD first appears in:


Information from the Spyderco catalog on the web

BEAD1

"Spyderco logo ½” square pewter accessory bead. Ideal for creating a bold Spyderco statement by customizing your own knife lanyards and jewelry."

The square BEAD1 in Spyderco's online catalog.

The square BEAD1LY with lanyard in Spyderco's online catalog.

BEAD2

"Spyderco logo ½” round pewter accessory bead. Ideal for creating a bold Spyderco statement by customizing your own knife lanyards and jewelry."

The round BEAD2 in Spyderco's online catalog.

The round BEAD2LY with lanyard in Spyderco's online catalog.

BEAD3LY

"Show your Spyderco pride in extreme style with this limited-edition bead and lanyard. The 0.5-inch diameter bead is beautifully cast from pewter and plated in pure rhodium—a rare, silvery-white, hard metal that is a member of the platinum group. To make it even more special, the raised Spyderco “bugs” on all four sides are then plated in genuine 18k gold. This jewelry-quality bead comes complete with a hand-braided two-tone paracord lanyard. The ultimate dress-up accessory for any Spyderco folding knife, this unique bead is a Sprint run and only limited quantities are available."

The round BEAD3LY with lanyard in Spyderco's online catalog.

Variations

SKU Bead Material Bead Shape Bead Width/Diameter From/To MSRP Note Number made Lanyard
BEAD1 Pewter Square 0.50" 2013-2014 $14.95 (2014) N/A No
BEAD1LY Pewter Square 0.50" 2013- $29.95 (2014) N/A Black 7" box-weave
BEAD2 Pewter Round 0.62" 2013-2014 $24.95 (2014) N/A No
BEAD2LY Pewter Round 0.62" 2013- $39.95 (2014) N/A Black 7" round-weave
BEAD3LY Pewter with plating of Rhodium/18K Gold Round 0.62" 2014 $74.95 (2014) Made in USA 1000 Gold/black 2-tone round-weave
BEAD4LY Pewter Round 0.445" 2014- $24.95 (2014) Mini round bead. 0.05" nylon paracord N/A Gold/black 2-tone 2" round/twist-weave

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