Polymer with a bite

On first glance, I thought these beads by Madrid’s Silvia Ortiz de la Torres were covered with fabric that had been gathered at the ends. Each bead is entirely polymer.

The pinched ends connect comfortably and Silvia and her daughter decided they look like teeth – molars perhaps.

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