Growing up in the eastern Himalayas, Beth fell in love with countless alpine plants and gorgeous flowers at a young age. Her passion for the outdoors led her into the path of creating handmade jewelry that honors nature. In 1998, her brand “beads u workshop” was launched. The workshop’s original name, pronounced like the French word for jewel, “bijoux,” is derived from Beth’s given name “Bi”, meaning the “color of jade.”
Beth’s designs are inspired by her travels around the world. In these journeys, she encountered a myriad of techniques and materials from different peoples, places and periods. Through her diverse engagement with the art, culture, and history, her jewelry incorporates a variety of techniques, such as bead embroidery, soutache, micromacrame, crochet, tatting, and wire wrapping.
Imbued with vibrant colors and a delicate intricacy, Beth’s products have drawn attention from famous designers around the jewelry world. Now beads u workshop offers over 100,000 different styles and attracts buyers from all over the globe.
Beads U Workshop is a woman-owned brand. It is owned by a woman, operated by women, and every piece is handmade by craftswomen. Many of the workers hail from her home region in Asia, and all share Beth’s inspired vision of creating an elegant and high-quality product.
At beads u workshop, we strive to contribute to sustainable development and to minimize any negative impact on the environment. Our natural gemstones and pearls are of the highest quality and ethically sourced from reliable suppliers. Our glassware is purchased from around the world including Jablonec bohemian beads from the Czech Republic, Vanarasi lampwork beads from India, and Murano beads from Italy. All of our jewelry use recyclable materials and follow the highest environmental standards. We regularly perform strict tests to make sure our customers receive only quality and environmental-friendly products.