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Antique Jade Glass Flower Beads Lot of 12 SALE by VictorianaSedona

Antique Jade Glass Flower Beads Lot of 12 SALE by VictorianaSedona

By Nancy Sathre-Vogel | Four strands combing antique trade beads, bone and horn beads, amber, turquoise, and lots more. | 350$

By Nancy Sathre-Vogel | Four strands combing antique trade beads, bone and horn beads, amber, turquoise, and lots more. | 350$

ANTIQUE TRADE BEADS 25 blue Venetian striped chevron beads

ANTIQUE TRADE BEADS 25 blue Venetian striped chevron beads

Beautiful antique Venetian chevrons from the late All 25 have bold colors, clean ends are really are in like new condition. The sizes and shapes vary (as seen in the photos) but the average size is long X wide, with holes.

Forever - Stacked Sea Glass Pendant. $25.00, via Etsy. #sea glass beads & #sea charms: http://www.ecrafty.com/c-780-sea-glass-beads.aspx?pagenum=1===newarrivals=60

Forever - Stacked Sea Glass Pendant. $25.00, via Etsy. #sea glass beads & #sea charms: http://www.ecrafty.com/c-780-sea-glass-beads.aspx?pagenum=1===newarrivals=60

A graduated strand of antique African King Beads, old Venetian glass trade beads

Graduated strand of antique African King Beads, old Venetian glass trade beads

A graduated strand of antique African King Beads, old Venetian glass trade beads

Drill holes in my collected sea glass, add O-rings, hang on silver chain. Voila...done!

Drill holes in my collected sea glass, add O-rings, hang on silver chain. Voila...done!

Glass lampwork beads  Rustic Plum Nugget Trio Handmade Glass Goodness by Radiant Mind, via Etsy.

Glass lampwork beads Rustic Plum Nugget Trio Handmade Glass Goodness by Radiant Mind, via Etsy.

These cobalt blue glass beads are Dutch and were made in Holland between 1500-1800AD. | They were made by winding molten glass on a hot mandrel until the desired size was achieved. | They were then traded into Africa, specifically with the Dogon tribe in Mali. Because of this they are often called "Dogon glass" despite the fact they were produced elsewhere.

These cobalt blue glass beads are Dutch and were made in Holland between 1500-1800AD. | They were made by winding molten glass on a hot mandrel until the desired size was achieved. | They were then traded into Africa, specifically with the Dogon tribe in Mali. Because of this they are often called "Dogon glass" despite the fact they were produced elsewhere.

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