alaaddinsmagiclamp: african beads : clay spindle whorls - Mali A beautiful strand of Whorls from Malishowing some considerable artistry in their decoration.

alaaddinsmagiclamp: “ african beads : clay spindle whorls - Mali A beautiful strand of Whorls from Mali showing some considerable artistry in their decoration.

Style, soul, and history . . . all in a single piece of adornment. Anna Holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts. Her handcrafted necklaces, bracelets, and rings are all one-of-a-kind treasures, collected and worn by women and men around the world.

Style, soul, and history . all in a single piece of adornment. Anna Holland designs unique ethnic jewelry and tribal jewelry using contemporary, antique, and ancient beads and artifacts.

Antique Venetian beads from the African trade circa late 1800's, early 1900's.

Antique Venetian beads from the African trade circa late early

African Trade Beads |  7 strands of Antique Venetian beads ~ dated from 1800 onwards; including from the outside working in, king beads, Venetian disks, chevron beads and then four strands of mixed fancy beads.

African trade beads used as a source of income for families. These works of art include king beads, Venetian disks, chevron beads and then four strands of mixed fancy beads.

Krobo beads from Ghana....beautiful

Mom had a bunch of African trading beads. I remember being perplexed by them when I was a kid. They were chipped and imperfect, and in my little kid eyes that made them not beautiful.

Dorian Rae collection Designs | Old Yemen Silver beads are combined with Nigerian amber (copal) beads from the African Trade | Price on request, contact seller

Old Yemeni Silver beads are combined with Nigerian amber (copal) beads from the African trade

Beads For Life Africa | So all in all, the neck is a rather fascinating, precious part of our ...

Costume - People - African Samburu Woman With Bead Work - Stock Photo

African amber, Nepalese brass, and turquoise. The "amber" beads appear to be imitation made form phenolic and/or resin.

African amber, Nepalese brass, and turquoise. The "amber" beads appear to be imitation made from phenolic and/or resin.

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