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Tombodama or Inlaid Kuchinashidama #bead | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Tombodama or Inlaid Kuchinashidama #bead | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Tombodama (#bead) | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Tombodama (#bead) | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Japanese Tombodama (#bead) | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Japanese Tombodama (#bead) | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Marudama #Bead | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Marudama #Bead | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Kuchinashi-dama (melon #bead) | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads #blue-green

Kuchinashi-dama (melon #bead) | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads #blue-green

#Mosaic #Deep blue opaque (matrix); white, red, and yellow, all opaque (cane slices). Slices of preformed canes inlaid in matrix formed around rod. Biconical bead tending toward spheroid, with circular perforation (D. 0.65 cm). Blue matrix embedded with numerous slices and chips of polychrome canes, of which two types occur: (1) with circular yellow core surrounded by concentric circles of red, white, and blue and white stripes; (2) with circular red core surrounded by concentric bands of…

#Mosaic #Deep blue opaque (matrix); white, red, and yellow, all opaque (cane slices). Slices of preformed canes inlaid in matrix formed around rod. Biconical bead tending toward spheroid, with circular perforation (D. 0.65 cm). Blue matrix embedded with numerous slices and chips of polychrome canes, of which two types occur: (1) with circular yellow core surrounded by concentric circles of red, white, and blue and white stripes; (2) with circular red core surrounded by concentric bands of…

2 #Beads, Fancy Type with #Arabesque Decoration | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

2 #Beads, Fancy Type with #Arabesque Decoration | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Tombodama (#bead) | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Tombodama (#bead) | Corning Museum of #Glass #cmogbeads

Kudatama bead (tube bead) Japan 1603-1868.  | Corning Museum of Glass

Kudatama bead (tube bead) Japan 1603-1868. | Corning Museum of Glass

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