African Fashion fabric bib necklace, african wax golden metalic print with a central knot .
This an interesting Show Stopper necklace made from four tubes sewn stuffed and assembled with a central knot. The colors are stunning and the golden print brings out its beauty. It is perfect for grand occasions and holiday celebration. As someone said: this necklace is Awsome (I love this
Description: Multicoloured Paper Bead Bib Necklace made from a Peter Alexander Catalogue. Approximate Dimensions: This necklace measures 54cm (21 1/4") with an adjustable clasp to adjust it to the length you like. Materials: This piece of jewellery is created by me, Mikaela Beth, using my own hand crafted beads. The beads begin as a sheet of paper - maybe an old book, brochure, map, wrapping or scrapbooking paper. Each bead is cut, rolled and given a protective, water-resistant coating…
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Ancient Stone Beads ~ sourced in Africa | One of the photos from Jack DeWitt beautiful series of old bead. Many of the photographs are beads and bead sample cards from the collection of John and Ruth Picard and can be seen at their bead museum in Carmel Valley California. | Jack offers these bead photo either as a blank cards with envelope, or some are also available as striking enlargements.
Kissing Turtles Necklace day 118 | PaperBeads.Org | Paper Beads and Jewelry
These are turtles are “rescued” from a bracelet bought at a thrift store. The tube paper beads has the deeper blue swirls or should I say swells because this whole piece just reminds me of the beach and the ocean. I love the meaning and symbolism behind the turtle, that of longevity, patience and long …
African Amber / A chunk of Ethiopian amber, first identified at market in Adis Abeba (Addis Ababa) in 2002, comes from a site that is the First Known Source of the Fossilized Tree Sap from Africa. The amber, which is unlike any found outside Africa, may have been created by previously unknown variety of resin-producing tree, scientists say. ~ Repinned via Ruby Serben
RARE, 17th Century Chevron necklace (perfectly graduated)
Trade Beads: Rare, 17th century, Chevron beads It is claimed that Maria Barovier "invented" the Rosetta bead in the late fifteenth century. It was later called a chevron bead by Northern European merchants. Rosetta beads have always played an important and valued role in trade with the colonies. They are present throughout Africa in ceremonial costumes and royal treasuries, and they are always considered valuable savings. Age of beads late 1800s - early 1900s. | Trade Winds Junction Designs