Little Madawaska River

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Little Madawaska River


Known to but a few, the Little Madawaska River is the unofficial name for the body of water that runs between Cache Lake and Tanamakoon Lake. The most noticeable feature of this stretch of water is the abundance of Waterlilies that make it their home. The brilliant greens that are generated from the multitudes of Lily pads are unforgettable. This bead, with its marbled brilliant greens, brings to mind the unforgettable experience of paddling the Little Madawaska River. The focal bead is etched to render a luxurious matte finish and includes two matte finished black accent beads.

The outside dimension of the focal bead measures approximately 20mm with a hole size of approx. 3.25mm. The accent beads are approx. 10mm with a hole of approx. 3.25mm. 

**Please note that each bead is individually hand crafted and some slight differences will occur. Sizes and designs may vary slightly. The pictured chain is also not included but is available for purchase here.

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The River Collection
Every river I have ever paddled brings forth its own individuality. What is true of each is that it can bring peace, reflection and wonder; from the smallest ripple to a towering wave, or from a meandering stream to a thundering rapid.

Just as each river is unique, so are the rocks that a river runs through, over or under. If you look closely, each rock has it’s own beauty, whether it’s the color, the shape, the sedimentary lines formed by millennium or the lichens that make them their homes.

The beads in this collection bare the names of some of the rivers I grew up calling “home” in Algonquin Park, Canada.