African Recycled Glass Beads - small


Recycled glass beads are a type of indigenously produced African bead from Ghana West Africa. These special beads are made using an old method that has been used for centuries. The glass itself is derived from a variety of recycled sources including old beverage and medicine bottles. The procedure for making the beads consists of a number of steps whereby powdered glass is poured into molds of clay and baked in a specialized oven. These beads are produced in large part by the Krobo tribe and are environmentally friendly. Because of the size of these beads, it is not uncommon for a strand to have a few beads with internal fractures. Non-USA buyers, please note that a heavy-weight surcharge may apply for this item. Please inquire in advance if you would like to pre-confirm this fee.

Bead Size: 101mm
Strand Length: 32"
Approximate # of Beads: varies



Stand holds up to 2 strands. Black powder coated finish

15"H x 5"W x 3"D

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