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-Adornment: Jewelry: Beads

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bead making & beadwork

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Africa

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Africa: Egypt

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Asia

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Asia, Western

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Europe: Eastern

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Europe: Mediterranean

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Europe, Northern

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Europe, Western

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Oceania

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Native American

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20th century 1900-1939

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Pre-Columbian / Meso American

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Cylindrical bead of blue glaze with incised decoration and gold band on either end. Body Adornment, Museum Of Fine Arts, Gold Bands, Egyptian, Turquoise Bracelet, Boston, Beads, Bracelets, Jewelry

Cylindrical bead

Cylindrical bead of blue glaze with incised decoration and gold band on either end.

 A history and collectors guide by Stefany Tomalin Body Adornment, The Collector, Beads, History, Jewelry, Art, Beading, Art Background, Historia

Beads. A history and collectors guide by Stefany Tomalin

Beads. A history and collectors guide by Stefany Tomalin

Tecomate with Engraved Design. Mexico or Guatemala. Valley College, College Library, Body Adornment, Mexico, Vase, Beads, Collection, Jewelry, Design

Tecomate with Engraved Design

Tecomate with Engraved Design. Mexico or Guatemala. 1200–900 B.C.

Necklace Phoenican (Glass), Etruscan (gold) Italy Century BC Necklace (probably recomposed) consisting of a) a central ram’s head Phoenician type pendant of rod-formed blue, white and yellow opaque glass; b) two gold beads in the form of two. Medieval Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Greek Jewelry, Ethnic Jewelry, Jewellery, Purple Dye, Beaded Necklace

necklace; pendant; bead | British Museum

Necklace (probably recomposed) consisting of a) a central ram's head Phoenician type pendant of rod-formed blue, white and yellow opaque glass; b) two gold beads in the form of two truncated cones base to base, decorated with granulated meander patterns; c) ten gold pendants in the form of a female head terminating in a shell, decorated with granulation; d) twelve faience beads; e) two cylindrical faience beads, one at each end.

Several items of jewelry excavated in 1892 in Aegina, c. ( The pieces are made of gold, for the most part, and the small discs are thought to be decorative pins or brooches of some sort. Roman Jewelry, Minoan, Body Adornment, Gold Flowers, White Enamel, British Museum, Garnet, Pendants, Chapter 3

plaque | British Museum

Gold plaque, pierced so it could be sewn on to fabric. This gold disc perhaps decorated a lady's dress or shroud.

Strand of beads century Geography:Excavated in Iran, Nishapur Medium:Carnelian Dimensions:H. 5 in. cm) W. 4 in. cm) D. Medieval Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Early Middle Ages, Body Adornment, 12th Century, Prayer Beads, Art Object, Carnelian, Heritage Image

Strand of Beads | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Strand of Carnelian BeadsOne form of Muslim jewelry associated primarily with men is the subha, or strand of prayer beads, which usually has thirty-three or ninety-nine beads to facilitate the recitation of the ninety-nine "beautiful names" of God

Beadwork has been a major form of aesthetic expression in southern Africa for nearly 200 years. Among the many diverse ethnic groups of the region, the Xhosa peoples have an especially rich tradition of beaded regalia Beaded Collar, Collar And Cuff, Collar Necklace, Beaded Necklace, Necklaces, African Trade Beads, African Jewelry, Ancient Egyptian Jewelry, Xhosa

Beadwork in the Arts of Africa and Beyond

Fellow James Green explores the ways in which beads and beadwork were readily incorporated into many artistic traditions across the globe.

New Kingdom Glass and Faience Necklace c. Upper Egypt,Thebes,Asasif, Tomb CC on the Carnarvon excavations. Egypt Jewelry, Old Jewelry, Art Deco Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Jewellery, Turquoise Glass, Turquoise Necklace, Beaded Necklace, Collar Necklace

Necklace | New Kingdom | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Egypt. ca. 1991–1450 B.C. Necklace, Glass, faience

 about century B. Mycenaean, Getty Museum, Body Adornment, 14th Century, Greece, Objects, It Cast, California, Beads

Cast pendant bead (Getty Museum)

Cast pendant bead; Unknown; Greece; 1400–1300 B.C.; Glass; 2.9 × 1.3 × 0.5 cm (1 1/8 × 1/2 × 3/16 in.); 2003.214.17; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Villa Collection, Malibu, California; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States

Bead, Search the Collection, Spurlock Museum, U of I Valley College, College Library, Body Adornment, Egypt, Museum, Beads, Ethnic Recipes, Collection, Jewelry

Bead, Search the Collection, Spurlock Museum, U of I

Bead, Egypt 4th century BCE, Spurlock Museum, U of I

Seal | Minoan, Crete | The Met Minoan, Body Adornment, Ancient Civilizations, Crete, Seal, Carnelian, Antiques, Culture, Medium

Seal | Minoan, Crete | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Egypt ca. 1635-1458 B.C. Bead | Second Intermediate Period–Early New Kingdom | The Met Body Adornment, Metropolitan Museum, Egypt, Period, Turquoise, Beads, Gallery, Clothes, Jewelry

Bead | Second Intermediate Period–Early New Kingdom | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Egypt ca. 1635-1458 B.C. Bead | Second Intermediate Period–Early New Kingdom | The Met