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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 here were found in Mali. 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.

Hebron ancient beads from ATB

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Early Anglo-Saxon, 6th century ADFrom Grave 150, Long Wittenham, Oxfordshire...

British Museum - 'Magical' glass bead

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Old Testament - primitive tribal fossilized coral, black tektite and tourmaline, polymer clay trade beads, & copper chunky bangle bracelet by LoveRoot, $51.00

Trade Beads | Antique Venetian beads circa late 1800's, early 1900's

Makes me want to string up mine and sell them

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Designed by Dorothy Siemens | Necklace combining Faux Bone (polymer clay) and antique Trade beads

vintage trade beads african clay old trade by beadtopiavintage, $14.95

African Beads: ;The earliest Africans made beads as “fetishes”, charms, talisman and amulets for protection and adornments. The first materials were shell, stone, wood, bone, seeds, amber, ivory, teeth, clay, metals, etc. Beads were highly valuable a #1 secret to trade like a professional fx trader online - Discover the tip to profitable forex trading now. Check out www.fxsignalstrat...

Minnesang - primitive neutral beach fossil shell, gray polymer clay bead, crusty honey lampwork glass disc, trade bead, & ox copper earrings by LoveRoot, $53.00

Polymer Clay Beads - 4 Rustic Cane Beads - Twisted Turbans, Striped Snake Cane - Faux Trade Beads - Tribal Cream, Brown, Grey - Chunky Beads...

by Anne Marie of BeadArt Austria | Necklace; An ancient Roman bronze ring is the focal piece of this necklace . It is surrounded with genuine amber (Bernstein) Hebron beads in green and yellow, Tuareg crosses from Zinder in Niger, antique spindle whorls made from cow horn and clay, etc. The neckpart is strung with bakelite heishi from the African Trade and Tuareg metal beads. Sterling silver clasp | Sold

Frolicking Otter Necklace by Luann Udell

Frolicking Otter Necklace for Men or Women

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Polymer clay trade beads by Liva Rudzite via Live Journal

tin_liva: цветное

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Donna Kato - Polymer Clay Central - CHA Winter 2006 2

Polymer Clay Central - CHA Winter 2006 2

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