What is Yone Venice known for?
Yone and Hermon’s bead shop opened over 60 years ago. Our online shop features their extensive collection of antique and vintage beads, jewelry and other treasures and collectables. We are excited to share this collection with a new online community as well as reconnect with their old clients from around the world.
Are you planning to add more items to your store?
Yes! This is only a small portion of our inventory. We will be adding glass beads, European, French and Japanese seed beads, African trade beads, Venetian, Czech, wood, seed, shell, and the list goes on! As we discover, inventory and photograph more products we will add them to our site. To receive notices of new additions please sign up on our mailing list.
Do you have a minimum order amount?
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards, Paypal and Apple Pay.
Can I purchase items with a valid California Resale License?
Yes, please send us an email and we will work with you to set up this designation on your account.
Do you accept layaway?
Layaway is available for purchases over $200. We require 1/3 of the total invoice amount at inception of layaway, 1/3 in 30 days and 1/3 in 60 days. Please email us for arrangements at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you accept International orders?
At this time we are not accepting International orders. If you are interested, however, please send us an email.
How do you calculate shipping costs?
Shipping is free of charge for all orders above $99. Buy more and save! Our standard method of shipping is by US Postal Service, first class mail. For orders under $99 we charge a flat rate of $3.99. If you prefer Priority or Express Mail send us a note with your order and we will be happy to arrange this. We pass on the cost of express services directly without adding an upcharge.
Can I get more information regarding an item?
We will do our best to answer questions regarding any of our products. Please send us an email at email@example.com. If you need more dimensions or photographs we will try our best to get them to you. Specify the item name and number you are interested in (i.e., Aquamarine Faceted Nugget Bead Strand (AQU_005) and what specific photos or measurements you need.
I have information to share about an item. Are you interested?
Yes! We are constantly growing our knowledge base about the items in our collection. If you would like to share your insights please feel free to send us an email.
What are items under the Silver filter made of?
Our silver collection contains items that vary in their purity ranging from “fine” silver (95% - 99%) as in our Thai Hill Tribe and Israeli collections, to sterling silver (92.5%), and coin silver which is difficult to ascertain silver content especially in older tribal pieces. We label appropriately only those products that we are certain of what their silver content is.
What will I receive if I add my email address to your mailing list?
You will receive early notification of special promotions, and when we add new collections to our shop. We know your inbox can fill up fast so we will keep our emails to a minimum, once a month or so. Also, you can follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
What is the best way to reach Yone Venice?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and either Chris or Lisa will get back to you during business hours, 9am to 5pm Pacific Standard Time, Monday through Friday.
How is Hermon these days? How can I get in touch with him?
Thanks for asking! Hermon is now 96 and is starting to feel his age. He has good days and not so good days but his spirit remains strong. His nephew makes sure he is well taken care of with a host of friends, neighbors, and caregivers looking after him. Since Hermon doesn’t do email these days you can send us a note at email@example.com and we will make sure it reaches him. He loves to hear from old friends and clients especially if you send along photos of yourself and/or beads from the old shop!
As time goes on we will include a page on our site where you can leave your memories and, we hope, reconnect with the community that Hermon and Yone created through the years.