Hebron Beads Hebron beads are known to have been made from the 12th Century to around the 1880s in Hebron, near Jerusalem, using salts of the Dead Sea as their alkali. They are becoming extremely difficult to find in good, or indeed, any condition. The strands of excellent beads below were found in Mali and are offered as found. If required, cleaning with a gentle scrubbing in warm soapy water and the addition of a light coating of baby oil will greatly enhance their colouration.
Your admirers will have a lot to say about their love for you in the Thinking Out Loud Black Backless Jumpsuit! Medium-weight knit is formed to a sleeveless bodice, with V-neck, darting, and wide straps that cross over the open back. Bit of elastic at the waist tops the wide-leg pants. #lovelulus