Recycled glass beads are a type of indigenously produced African bead from Ghana West Africa. These beautiful blue color recycled beads are made us...View full details
Beautiful strand of recycled glass beads from the island of Java. These unique yellow color beads have been fashioned so that they look like pieces...View full details
These special heishi beads are made from natural coconut. The slight variations in colors and shape of the beads will make them a fun addition to y...View full details
Take a look at this beautiful strand of African vinyl beads yellow color. Beads such as these are found in Ghana and Nigeria where they are sometim...View full details
Admire these delightful donut-shape beads handcrafted on the island of Java. Indonesia has a ancient and storied tradition of glass-making that ext...View full details
Malas are traditionally used in Buddhist culture as a part of the practice of meditation, however, today malas are enjoyed by people around the wor...View full details
Two strands of amber color translucent glass beads from Ghana. Each bead measures approximately 4mm diameter with strand length of 26". Some variat...View full details
Beautiful strand of yellow recycled paper beads. These beads are made using recycled newspapers by working mothers in Uganda. Each bead is fair tra...View full details
Take a look at this unusual strand of yellow color African Phono Record beads. The strand measures 34" long with beads measuring 8mm in diameter. ...View full details
These beautiful recycled glass beads are handmade by artisans in the West African country of Ghana. Each bead is individually handcrafted through a...View full details
Take a look at this beautiful strand of yellow African vinyl beads. Beads such as these are found in Ghana and Nigeria where they are sometimes wor...View full details
Take a look at this unusual strand of yellow color African Phono Record beads. The strand measures 31" long with beads measuring 4mm in diameter. ...View full details
These great beads are made by the Krobo People of Ghana, Africa. Powder glass beads are made by crushing glass to a fine powder and heating it so t...View full details
This rustic faux suede cord might have you mistaken for real suede, however this stunning alternative is 100% cruelty free and vegan. Each piece is...View full details
These yellow java glass heishi beads are handmade by independent artisans on the island of Java. Pay close attention and you will notice a very spe...View full details
Take a look at these yellow glass baby padre beads from Nigeria. These little beads are great as spacers or to add character to your jewelry design...View full details
Admire these delightful glass beads handcrafted on the island of Java. Indonesia has a ancient and storied tradition of glass-making that extends b...View full details
Optimism, confidence, extraversion, friendliness, creativity, self-esteem and emotional strength. These are just a few of the things yellow represents. Want to convey a positive message and put out friendly and hopeful vibes? If so then our yellow beads are for you and your stylish jewelry designs. From gold to daffodil, from canary to lemon to mustard to medallion, from blonde to dandelion and from sunflower to bumblebee yellow we have so many great shades of yellow. Let us help you imbue your jewelry designs with the positive energy of the bright burning sun.
In western culture yellow is often associated with happiness, cheeriness, the warmth of sunlight and joy. In many Egyptian stories and myths yellow coveys happiness and good fortune. The brightness of yellow tones are often incorporated into the beautiful and intricate adobe architecture of Mexico and many other South American countries. In East Asia the color yellow is often associated with the Earth and is considered to be a very prestigious and beautiful color. Many Asian cultures see yellow as a sign of neutrality and good luck and is often paired with shades of red. Yellow also represents spiritual freedom. In China you can find many Buddhist Monks adorned in yellow robes and fabrics. Many Buddhist temples and shrines are painted with accents of gold and yellow. In Germany yellow can sometimes symbolize heroism.
Here at The Bead Chest we offer a amazing selection all shapes and sizes of yellow beads. Add more warmth and joy to your jewelry designs with our yellow sandcast beads. Want that vintage aged look? Try incorporating some of our antique Kenyan Turkana beads into your next bracelet or necklace. From our sunflower yellow recycled glass beads from Uganda to our natural moroccan pottery beads, from our yellow glass java beads to our Ghanaian chevron glass beads and from our yellow vinyl phono record beads to our yellow mala prayer beads from Nepal your options are limitless when it come to our striking yellow beads.
Today is the day to take that chance and brighten up your creative jewelry designs and home. Please feel free to browse our selection and find your perfect yellow match. Happy hunting!